No, We Are Not Building Foot Washing Stations

And No, you can not wash your feet in the sink

INDIANAPOLIS — A proposal to install a foot-washing sink at Indianapolis International Airport is prompting debate over ethnicity, religion and the U.S. constitution.
Muslims use the sinks to wash their feet before praying but some say that allowing the sinks on public property violates the separation of church and state, 6News’ Cheryl Jackson reported.
Airport officials said they are considering installing a sink because of safety and health issues, with no consideration of religion.

Are they going to spend tax money to install the stations of the Cross? I didn’t think so.
The airport officials are ‘considering’ this because they are ball-less wonders. Just say “no.” It’s really quite easy.

12 Responses to “No, We Are Not Building Foot Washing Stations”

  1. Skyler says:

    Nasty habits. They ought to shower everyday, then they wouldn’t have such foot odor problems. God’s never complained about my foot odor because I, like most civilized people, have good hygiene.

  2. Tainted Bill says:

    As if there were an actual medical need to wash one’s feet outside of your shower or bathtub. I suppose if you’ve just stepped barefoot in something, but how often does that happen at the airport?
    Perhaps, in addition to the stations of the cross, they’ll have copies of Dianetics complete with e-meters. Then we’ll have to ask, “what about the rights of the snake handlers?” Do we need to add glass enclosures and a few rattlesnakes?

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    Think of all the big boiling pots of water you’ll need for your flying spaghetti, Bill.
    Come to think of it, we could use those for the feet washing…

  4. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Me, I’m waiting for the chapel dedicated to the Church of Free Beer.

  5. Tainted Bill says:

    Bingley,
    We of the True Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster will require separate rooms from the heretics at the Reformed Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Furthermore, the water must be brought to a boil on natural gas burning ranges, it is disrespectful for His water to be boiled on electric ranges.

  6. …I’m waiting for the chapel…
    It’s always ALLLLLL about YOU, idn’t it?

  7. Gunslinger says:

    “Me, I’m waiting for the chapel dedicated to the Church of Free Beer.”
    I’m right behind you on that one!

  8. The_Real_JeffS says:

    It’s always ALLLLLL about YOU, idn’t it?
    The free beer goes to EVERYONE, Sis. Even pagans. This Church is strictly non-denominational.

  9. memomachine says:

    Hmmmm.
    Y’all make my religion, Church of the Hottie Hoochie Choochie Mama, look normal.
    And that takes some doing.

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