Monday, June 27, 2005

SCOTUS ----- Sandblast the Ten Commandments.

WHAT THE F*#K!?!?!?

Are they going to take down the one on the SCOTUS building?

This is so wrong...


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And in case you weren't aware the guy that brought the case in TX is a BUM. Not a bum in the sense of him being an incompetent, insignificant, or obnoxious person. I mean a BUM as in a HOMELESS guy.

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Update:

Looks like the SCOTUS said you can't have the 10Cs IN the court house but outside is OK.........I'm confused...

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Update II:

How is it the ACLU on one hand is arguing that the Ten Commandments must be stripped from public view but at the same time demanding the US Gov't provide detainees down at GITMO with every bit of religious paraphernalia they can think of? (Paid for w/ taxpayer dollars of course.)


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UPDATE III:

RULINGS IN THE U.S. SUPREME COURT'S TEN COMMANDMENTS CASES
June 27, 2005

In different rulings, the justices ban displays of the Ten Commandments at courthouses, but allow them to be placed on government land.

The Courthouse Ruling:

Opinion (McCreary County v. ACLU)
http://laws.findlaw.com/us/000/03-1693.html

The ACLU's Attorney
http://pview.findlaw.com/view/3433759_1

Attorney for Liberty Counsel
http://pview.findlaw.com/view/1438042_1

Case Docket
http://rd.findlaw.com/scripts/nl.pl?url=11198556000_nl

The Government Land Ruling:

Opinion (Van Orden v. Perry)
http://laws.findlaw.com/us/000/03-1500.html

Attorney for Texas
http://pview.findlaw.com/vie