Joy (cithra) wrote,

Hmm. First comes a list at work that shows most folks there are doing work that is inherently non-governmental. Now we've got faith-based prisons in Florida.

I suppose if we shift the definitions around so that people running prisons aren't doing inherently governmental work then it doesn't violate the separation of church and state.

Still something about the entire business makes me uneasy.

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