Here's the funny thing about discussions such as this one.
The First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees a number of freedoms . . . . freedom of the exercise of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press. freedom for peaceful assembly, etc. We celebrate our freedoms, and we honor those people in the military who have fought (and died) to protect our freedoms on every national holiday.
Yet there are a number of people who feel that it's OK to pick and choose which freedoms actually should be upheld, and which should be disregarded. A lot of people here in these forums don't like religion, or they don't like people who wear their religious beliefs on their sleeves for everybody to see. So, in their minds, it's perfectly OK to cast that portion of the First Amendment to the curb because they don't agree with it.
I don't think that's what the founding fathers intended.