Dear IRS: Concerning the Content of my Prayers

Dear IRS, I understand your people have been deeply interested in the content of my prayers. I never thought I'd see the day. I have always assumed prayer in any form goes against the current notion many of you in the IRS share -- the notion that absolute separation of Church and State involves suppression of any religious expression in public. We religious types are used to being called out for praying at football games, graduations, and the like. But I hadn't thought you would be interested in the private prayers offered by me and my like-minded fellow citizens -- people who collectively wish to put their concerns before the Almighty. Was I ever wrong! I'm shocked you are inquiring about private thoughts before God. I assume you may also want to talk to our pastors, insisting they break their vows to keep confessions confidential? I suppose I should not be surprised at your behavior, since a great Prophet warned there would always be people who desired to pry into all the...(Read Full Article)

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