Sunday, January 15, 2006

ACLU At It Again (As Usual)

The ACLU just doesn't want any traditional representations in any courtroom in America. This is their latest foray into taking apart our history.
In each of the counties, the Ten Commandments is displayed among historical documents. The Rutherford County display includes copies of the preamble to the Tennessee Constitution, the National Motto, the National Anthem, the Declaration of Independence, the Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights, the United States Constitution and the Mayflower Compact.

Last June, the Supreme Court in a split 5-4 decision upheld a preliminary injunction against McCreary County because the court said the prior history of the countyƂ’s evolving display suggested a religious purpose. However, the court permitted the case to return to the trial court for a final ruling. (*)
This is getting so tiresomely ridiculous. The ACLU doesn't even want displays that incorporate other historical documents. For me, I'm tired of them being the big bully on the playground stealing everyone's lunch money. We need to take a stand and stop this anti-American behavior!

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