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Saturday, August 16, 2003
Buy that man a dictionary. Please.

And maybe a copy of the Constitution as well.

Newsday.com - Crowd Supports 'Ten Commandments' Judge: " Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore told thousands of supporters Saturday that he would be guilty of treason if he didn't fight to keep a monument of the Ten Commandments in the rotunda of the state judicial building. "
Jerry Falwell and former Presidential candidate/mosh pit diver Alan Keyes were on hand to officially represent the Extremely Right-Wing Wackos with Counter-Rotating Eyeballs and Screechy Voices.
Falwell said Moore is right to defy Thompson's order if he believes he is obeying God.

"Civil disobedience is the right of all men when we believe breaking man's law is needed to preserve God's law," Falwell said.

These idiots don't know their Bible any better than their Constitution. I'd love to be able to ask Falwell on live TV exactly where in God's law it says you should erect monuments to the Ten Commandments.
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