Thursday, June 17, 2004

I Pledge Allegiance. . .

This week, the U.S. "Supreme Court" ruled that Michael
Newdow--avowed atheist and hater of Christianity--could not bring suit against the Pledge of Allegiance in schools on his daughter's behalf, since he isn't a custodial parent. Just to clarify how intolerant this clown is, understand that his daughter didn't even mind saying the pledge in school. And his former wife (who does have custody) had no problem with it, either. This is simply one man's crusade, if you will, against our religious foundation.

As for the Court, they copped out on a technicality, revealed the quaking legs under their robes, and tucked tail and ran for the hills, evading the real issue: Is the Pledge Constitutional, or not?

Take a wild guess what I think about that.

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