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March 10, 2005

An act of futility

From WorldNetDaily:

The Mississippi House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that allows for the posting of religious texts in public, including the Ten Commandments, the national motto "In God We Trust" and pronouncements from Jesus' Sermon on the Mount known as "The Beatitudes."

In 2001, Mississippi passed the first state law in the U.S. that requires its public schools post the motto "In God We Trust."

Okay, guys, you're not getting the big picture here. The people vote on laws...the judges toss them out. The legislature enacts laws...the judges toss them out. We are in the age of judicial tyranny. It doesn't matter what law you pass, some idiot judge somewhere will concoct some harebrained reason why it's unconstitutional, and toss it out, if he feels like it.

Until we enact laws that restrict judges from overstepping their Constitutional boundaries, and then enforce those laws, this mess will continue.

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 10, 2005 10:55 AM

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