Wednesday, December 13, 2006

So that sanctimonious jackass (no not Joe Lieberman for once) Roy Moore, you know the guy that wanted to keep that big slab of rock with the Ten Commandments on it in state judicial building because there's too much to write on his hand, now thinks Muslims should not be allowed to enter Congress.

Sure glad he got to spend time on the Supreme Court of a state. Maybe he can fill in for Clarence Thomas when the new Long Dong Silver movie comes out?


At 4:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The column by "Judge" more was just disingenuous (?) from the start. He took two instances of historical mention of "God" and twisted them all around.

What he doesn't know (or is just refusing to acknowledge for drama) is

a)But Prager’s column is based on one other glaring error: the swearing-in ceremony for the House of Representatives never includes a religious book. The Office of the House Clerk confirmed to ThinkProgress that the swearing-in ceremony consists only of the Members raising their right hands and swearing to uphold the Constitution. The Clerk spokesperson said neither the Christian Bible, nor any other religious text, had ever been used in an official capacity during the ceremony. (Occassionally, Members pose for symbolic photo-ops with their hand on a Bible.)

and in a reference I cannot find right now (damn the googles) there is already a Muslim that has been photographed with their hand on a Koran for the picture, and a few Jewish member that have used Talmuds or Old Testaments.

He's just looking to get some of the fleeting publicity.


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