Wednesday, August 27, 2003

The saga continues. Lots of random comments on this one.

Nearly one in five people polled are against removing the monument? How fucking stupid are we? I'll tell 'ya - real goddamn stupid.

What is this pussy shit that it's been moved? You're supposed to be getting it the fuck out of there, end of story.

"It is a sad day in our country when the moral foundation of our law and the acknowledgment of God has to be hidden from public view..." No, you fucking asshole, being "hidden from public view" is not the issue. I sincerely doubt that Christianity is going to be forced underground because of this. The government may be Judeo-Christian biased, BUT IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE PUTTING THAT BIAS ON DISPLAY FOR EVERYONE TO SEE!.

Calling for people to come see "where the 10 Commandments once stood"? How fucking bankrupt are these peoples' lives? I'll tell 'ya - reall goddamn bankrupt. You brought your whole family from Alaska for this shit? Get the fuck out of here and go back to work.

"I think they're going to be sorry they cooperated with this act." What kind of an asshole makes bullshit threats like this? An ignorant, Christian asshole, that's what kind. All that this guy and the rest of Moore's followers care about is pushing their beliefs on everyone else and seeing those beliefs being reinforced in public forum just so everyone can see how wonderful and holy they are.

Here's another article that says people were praying while laying face-down on the pavement. Speaking of bullshit threats, I think it's Michelin-on-Skull Time!

Four men linking arms and chanting? Sounds pretty fucking gay for a bunch of Christian Conservatives.

"They can move it out of view, but they can't move it out of our hearts." That's the FUCKING POINT, asshole! No one is trying to remove God, or the Commandments, or any of that bullshit from your heart. They're just trying to maintain Separation of Church and State, not Separation of Church and Joe Christian.

Okay, that's it. Enough cheap shots from me; I'm tired.

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