I am writing in regards to the letter, "JT-ACLU Q&A," in the Dec. 12 issue of the Grosse Pointe News.
I totally agree with the letter writer regarding the fact that prayer should be allowed in our schools, if one finds it necessary to do so. If one chooses not to, then that is their right as an American citizen.
However, let me just state that when all the tests are being handed out this time of year and the final papers are turned in, you better believe that about 95 percent of the students are saying some sort of prayer to their own "version" of God. At least that's what my friends and I would do when we were at South.
It never hurts to have "The Big Man in the Sky" on your side. They may take away our right to pray, but no one can take away our faith or what we believe to be the truth in our hearts.
Good job to the writer on his great letter. I bet the ACLU prays that they never have look like idiots in front of you again.