Actor John Ratzenberger, who played Cliff Clavin on “Cheers,” said that when he was a child, there was no need for surveillance, “because we knew God was watching us,” according to CNS News.
“When we were kids, we didn’t need security cameras on the telephone poles to watch us, because we knew God was watching us. We don’t need cameras. We had God,” Ratzenberger said Friday at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, D.C.
“We had God, but 1962, well, the Supreme Court ended that [prayer in public school], so you have a generation growing up thinking that they’re the center of the universe, because they don’t have to recognize anything higher than them, because the parents tell them how wonderful they are – ‘Oh, you tied your shoes. Let’s have a party,’” Ratzenberger said.
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