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Old 09-14-2005, 07:31 AM
freeman freeman is offline
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How about Dr Phil though?
Well...maybe Martha Stewart.
Since she lost all that weight in the slammer, she's really looking pretty hot these days. :-P
And sure, our Western judicial systems are supposed to be predicated on religious, even Christian value systems, but if the integrity of those principles is going to be covertly undermined via secret fraternal racketeering, then what difference does a ten commandments display on the courthouse premises make one way or the other? In light of the current state of American jurisprudence, a more fitting environment for the ten commandments would be the courthouse rest rooms, possibly stenciled onto the rolls of toilet paper, where it can be symbolically shit on and flushed with perpetual alacrity. Remember, we're the nation who found Brother OJ innocent.
If Judge Moore really wanted to preserve Christian values within the judiciary, then he might consider authoring legislation requiring registration of all elected and appointed officials who are members of any secret society, such as has been done in Europe. Or a national law prohibiting Freemasonic membership like Franco in Spain.
This is just more wedge issue distraction.
\"...if the American people ever find out what we have done, they will chase us down the streets and lynch us. George H. W. Bush, Sr., 1992.
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