Lindsey Graham is a Senator who ran for president. Recently, however, he has decided to drop out of the race. The problem I see with this video is that he doesn't explain why he is leaving the race. He only says that he's leaving the race and talks about the military. I personally think that he left because he wasn't faring well with the polls, however this is just my opinion and please correct me if I'm wrong. I'm personally indifferent as to him announcing his leave; he supported things I vehemently disagreed with albeit he didn't do well with the polls so I didn't see a reason to care about him. One issue was that he supports mandatory prayer in public schools. The reason I disagree with him on this issue is due to the fact that there is no evidence supporting the fact that the United States of America was in fact founded on Christian values and principles. The only evidence you could find it the Declaration of Independence, which states, " . . . That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights . . . " However, the Bill of Rights guarantees the freedom of religion and you could interpret this to mean any god or form of deity; you could interpret it as a pantheistic worldview that the universe itself is divine, too. Also, the Treaty of Tripoli explicitly states, "As the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion . . . " Ultimately, you'd be imposing religion by having mandatory prayer in public schools, which is unconstitutional; there's also no reason to do it since there isn't any objective evidence supporting the idea that America was founded on Christian principles. What are your thoughts on this?