This week the Supreme Court ruled it constitutional for a government body to open a meeting with a sectarian prayer. Coming up next: A grand coalition of people with unpopular religious views protests the practice by asking to be included in the prayer rotation. That's what one atheist activist wants to see happen, anyway, as the Religion News Service explains:
David Silverman, president of American Atheists…described a scenario that may raise eyebrows among some atheists: working with religious groups to fight against the ruling.
"That's what we have to do, not only organize the atheists, but the Satanists, the Scientologists," he said. In a conversation before his talk, he added Muslims, Jews and Hindus. "We as atheists have the responsibility to urge them and push them and get them in there to get their prayers" said at public meetings.
In other words, something similar to those stunts where people put (or threaten to put) statues of Satan or the Flying Spaghetti Monster alongside a more mainstream religious display that's been erected on public property.
Question for the commenters: Which arm of the government really ought to begin its meetings with an invocation to Lucifer, just on truth-in-advertising grounds? Don't say "all of them"; pick out the most deserving.