"The group's attorney, Patrick Elliott, said that for a state-run university to provide a Bible to guests, 'that policy facilitates illegal endorsement of Christianity over other religions and over non religion.'"
My question is: How does the individual work of Gideon's, on behalf of this non-profit Christian organization of the same name, get described as the work of the university itself? Since when are the actions of a few lumped in with an official, state-sponsored endorsement of any one faith over another?
Answer? When it suits your purposes.
My desire was to make this clear, so I engaged in an exercise of futility, contacting the FFRF and leaving the following letter to report an abuse of this "constitutional separation of church and state."