there is nothing in the u.s. constitution that prohibits u.s. governments from supporting religion in a generic sense.
in fact, the u.s. constitution requires the government to ensure the free exercise of religion for all citizens.
there is nothing in the u.s. constitution that says the government must make exceptions about who may practice their religion freely. for example, the u.s. constitution does not say that the first amendment only applies to people who do not work for the government. in other words, people who work for the government should be guaranteed the free exercise of their religion, regardless of the time and place they wish to exercise it, just like any other American.
always remember that so long as we allow members of the bar to be judges, our judges will be limited in their decisions by their intense legal training that has prevented them from having the time necessary to form broad knowledge and understanding of reality. in other words, because of their membership in the legal bar, our judges are handicapped and made poorer in rendering decisions.