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October 01, 2004

ADL v. Teddy Roosevelt


Roosevelt 'Christian' quote raises ire
ADL seeks removal of Teddy's words from courthouse

Posted: October 1, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern

? 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

A public-interest law firm is trying to prevent a courthouse from removing a religious quote by President Theodore Roosevelt by warding off a threatened lawsuit with legal action of its own.

The Pro-Family Law Center is suing the operators of the Riverside County Historic Courthouse in California and the Anti-Defamation League, which vowed to sue earlier this week if the quote is not removed.

Roosevelt's statement, "The true Christian is the true citizen," is engraved in gold on a mahogany wall at one of the courthouse departments.

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Someone please explain to me how admonishing Christians to be good citizens is anti-semitic. I know of nothing in Judaism that would encourage Jews to be bad citizens, so it can't be the "good citizen" thing. Apparently there is so little real anti-semitism in the world today that the ADL has to try to invent some. Perhaps the boneheads at the ADL could spend a little time in Israel and witness the kind of anti-Semitism they experience from Palestinians on a daily basis before whining about a quote that encourages Christians to be good citizens.

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Posted by Jack Lewis at October 1, 2004 07:56 AM