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Wednesday, December 21, 2005


My beeber is stunned!

In an astounding return to judicial interpretation of the actual text of the United States Constitution, a unanimous panel of the 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Tuesday issued an historic decision declaring that “the First Amendment does not demand a wall of separation between church and state.”

In upholding a Kentucky county’s right to display the Ten Commandments, the panel called the American Civil Liberties Union’s repeated claims to the contrary “extra-constitutional” and “tiresome.”

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Looks like Santa left coal in the ACLU's stocking....


Stacy L. Harp said...

This is one of those "Yes!" moments...maybe the inmates are Christmas shopping and left the aslyum temporarily :)

Anonymous said...

My favorite: "Our concern is that of the reasonable person.
And the ACLU, an organization whose mission is “to ensure that . . . the government [is kept] out
of the religion business,”16 does not embody the reasonable person."