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*** Federal Judge Prohibits Prayer at Texas Graduation Ceremony ***

 
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I think this kid should steer clear of any graduation parties. I'm pretty sure that is where he would be subjected to "Irreparable harm". Hopefully, someone stomps a mudhole in his ass and then records him praying to God that the beating stops.
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When you learn to read, read the 1st Amendment of the Consitution.

Until then, keep your moronic emotional outbursts to your retarded and laughable self.
 Quoting: Comedian


Public forum asshat, PUBLIC forum...
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS


READ, illiterate Nazi, READ.

Where in this event did Congress make a law requiring these students to pray?
 Quoting: Comedian


Not a Nazi, just a socialist.

Where in this forum did Congress make a law requiring us to obey the 10 commandments?

^^^this^^^ makes about as much sense as your ignorant comment,
Where in this event did Congress make a law requiring these students to pray?
 Quoting: Comedian


pick
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS


Socialist, national socialist, no difference.

That admission proves you are too intellectually crippled and morally undeveloped to even understand these issues, let alone argue for or against them.

It also assigns you to the permanent rank of intestinal parasite.

Big digestive system cleanse coming.

Soon.

ohyeah
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The judge declared that the Schultz family and their son would “suffer irreparable harm” if anyone prayed at the ceremony.
 Quoting: Comedian


"Irreparable harm"??? WTF does this mean??? Under the law??? Is the law written to "harm" citizens???? We need to audit these federal judges. They're completely driven by agenda... implementing policy from the bench.
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This judge has just displayed manifest incompetence and should be immeditely and permanently removed from the bench, and started on a regime of anti-psychotic drugs before he harms himself or others.
 Quoting: Comedian


I just can't imagine ANY COMPETENT JUDGE uttering those words to anyone in their court. The law is built upon a clear use of language. The statement is clearly intended to intimidate.

Now, I can see him saying something to the effect that there could be serious consequences... but to state definitively that there would be HARM?? Like you said... the meds aren't working.
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[link to www.kwtx.com]

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has filed a brief with the Fifth Circuit of Appleals to lift the judge's ruling against the prayer.
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The judge declared that the Schultz family and their son would “suffer irreparable harm” if anyone prayed at the ceremony.
 Quoting: Comedian


"Irreparable harm"??? WTF does this mean??? Under the law??? Is the law written to "harm" citizens???? We need to audit these federal judges. They're completely driven by agenda... implementing policy from the bench.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1394053


This judge has just displayed manifest incompetence and should be immeditely and permanently removed from the bench, and started on a regime of anti-psychotic drugs before he harms himself or others.
 Quoting: Comedian


I just can't imagine ANY COMPETENT JUDGE uttering those words to anyone in their court. The law is built upon a clear use of language. The statement is clearly intended to intimidate.

Now, I can see him saying something to the effect that there could be serious consequences... but to state definitively that there would be HARM?? Like you said... the meds aren't working.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1394053


Related?
Thread: Insanity Wave - Murder and Craziness on the rise
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fuck texas
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The federal judge ruled correctly....the 1st amendment does not allow the secular state to promote religion...this case is one of hundreds filed since the 1960's...all going down the chute. Do you people never read?
 Quoting: Elsabiades


^ More government school illiteracy regarding the 1st Amendment ^

Speaking of reading, cite the 1st Amendment for us, will you?
 Quoting: Comedian


I've committed it to memory...regardless, the United States Supreme Court has ruled, time and time again, that institutions and buildings which were created with "state" funds cannot promote nor contenence religion....the Establishment Clause does not allow the secular state to engage in non-secular practices..the Founder's of this Country..more specifically Jefferson..desired to build a wall between Church and State...thus, the first amendment.
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"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Where does it say separation????? That was some idiot judge's "interpretation"
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Fuck em! Public school = public forum
No goddamn prayer in public forum. If they wanna pray, then do it aside with select group, but not during or part of ceremony.

End of discussion.
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS


clappa
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The federal judge ruled correctly....the 1st amendment does not allow the secular state to promote religion...this case is one of hundreds filed since the 1960's...all going down the chute. Do you people never read?
 Quoting: Elsabiades


^ More government school illiteracy regarding the 1st Amendment ^

Speaking of reading, cite the 1st Amendment for us, will you?
 Quoting: Comedian


I've committed it to memory...regardless, the United States Supreme Court has ruled, time and time again, that institutions and buildings which were created with "state" funds cannot promote nor contenence religion....the Establishment Clause does not allow the secular state to engage in non-secular practices..the Founder's of this Country..more specifically Jefferson..desired to build a wall between Church and State...thus, the first amendment.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Where does it say separation????? That was some idiot judge's "interpretation"
 Quoting: DILKe


"...no law..." means congress cannot inact ANY law nor measure which would, in any way, promote ANY religion...thus, the Courts have interpreted this to mean that where tax dollars are appropriated to build any structure; no religious reference may be made...all 50 states have adopted the first amendment into their respective constitutions...the united states is a secular government...non-sectarian...and so are the states...you may exercise your religion anyway you wish...but, religion cannot be acknowledged in a public edifice built with tax payer money.
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It's a fact that after the 10 Commandments were taken down off the school halls, crime statistics showed an increase in crime and all sorts of bad behavior, including bad manners. Education in the schools has dropped to a mere shadow of what it was.

You like the world we are now living in with its hard drugs, sex, and porn occupying the minds of the MINDless? Of course, you can't remember a time when people didn't lock their doors at night, were responsible, walked the streets without fear, and raised their kids to be decent adults.
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1412798


I certainly do remember that time. When I was in elementary school (late 60's- mid 70's) We had no air conditioning and would sleep with doors and windows open. I used to walk to and from school (3/4 mile) from 1st to 8th grade. What parent now would allow their young child to walk to school by themselves??? Our neighborhood now abuts the school property and when my 6yr old starts 1st grade in August, she is riding the bus!

For a country that was founded upon Judeo-Christian values to slowly and methodically erode those values, is certainly asking for judgement.
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Now, I can see him saying something to the effect that there could be serious consequences... but to state definitively that there would be HARM?? Like you said... the meds aren't working.
 Quoting: Comedian


Related?
Thread: Insanity Wave - Murder and Craziness on the rise


Seriously, brother, I think it's a "chicken or the egg" kind of question... In some serious way, I think liberalism substitutes a human need for defining a "higher" order or good, for those who won't serve or allow for G-d. Over the centuries much good has come from those who doubt and question, of course. But the ultimate goal of this philosophy is gratification and service to the SELF... the good aspects of knowledge were turned inward. The age of enlightenment brought about utopian concepts that became the basis for self worship.


Aye, there's the rub...
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Now, I can see him saying something to the effect that there could be serious consequences... but to state definitively that there would be HARM?? Like you said... the meds aren't working.
 Quoting: Comedian


Related?
Thread: Insanity Wave - Murder and Craziness on the rise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1394053


Seriously, brother, I think it's a "chicken or the egg" kind of question... In some serious way, I think liberalism substitutes a human need for defining a "higher" order or good, for those who won't serve or allow for G-d. Over the centuries much good has come from those who doubt and question, of course. But the ultimate goal of this philosophy is gratification and service to the SELF... the good aspects of knowledge were turned inward. The age of enlightenment brought about utopian concepts that became the basis for self worship.


Aye, there's the rub...


^Fascinating evaluation ^
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[link to www.kwtx.com]

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has filed a brief with the Fifth Circuit of Appleals to lift the judge's ruling against the prayer.
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Thank G_d for small favors.

So where the fuck is Perry on re-submitting HB 1937??!!!
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Fuck em! Public school = public forum
No goddamn prayer in public forum. If they wanna pray, then do it aside with select group, but not during or part of ceremony.

End of discussion.
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS


clappa
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I consider your favorite form of music to be worship.

It is now banned for public display.

Fucking applaud *that*, you mush-headed simpletons.
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^ More government school illiteracy regarding the 1st Amendment ^

Speaking of reading, cite the 1st Amendment for us, will you?
 Quoting: Comedian


I've committed it to memory...regardless, the United States Supreme Court has ruled, time and time again, that institutions and buildings which were created with "state" funds cannot promote nor contenence religion....the Establishment Clause does not allow the secular state to engage in non-secular practices..the Founder's of this Country..more specifically Jefferson..desired to build a wall between Church and State...thus, the first amendment.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Where does it say separation????? That was some idiot judge's "interpretation"
 Quoting: DILKe


"...no law..." means congress cannot inact ANY law nor measure which would, in any way, promote ANY religion...thus, the Courts have interpreted this to mean that where tax dollars are appropriated to build any structure; no religious reference may be made...all 50 states have adopted the first amendment into their respective constitutions...the united states is a secular government...non-sectarian...and so are the states...you may exercise your religion anyway you wish...but, religion cannot be acknowledged in a public edifice built with tax payer money.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

Geezuz, you're as thick as you are blind.
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I've committed it to memory...regardless, the United States Supreme Court has ruled, time and time again, that institutions and buildings which were created with "state" funds cannot promote nor contenence religion....the Establishment Clause does not allow the secular state to engage in non-secular practices..the Founder's of this Country..more specifically Jefferson..desired to build a wall between Church and State...thus, the first amendment.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Where does it say separation????? That was some idiot judge's "interpretation"
 Quoting: DILKe


"...no law..." means congress cannot inact ANY law nor measure which would, in any way, promote ANY religion...thus, the Courts have interpreted this to mean that where tax dollars are appropriated to build any structure; no religious reference may be made...all 50 states have adopted the first amendment into their respective constitutions...the united states is a secular government...non-sectarian...and so are the states...you may exercise your religion anyway you wish...but, religion cannot be acknowledged in a public edifice built with tax payer money.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

Geezuz, you're as thick as you are blind.
 Quoting: Comedian


It means that "congress" and/or the legislature cannot pass any measure/law which establishes any religion or prohibiting a person (like China and Russia of old) from exercising religion....This is an admonition against the state from prohibiting or passing legislation which promotes....a restraining order.
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... the dumbing down of America... It's really quite sad though... you are so stupid.
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What the hell is going to happen now, I'm panicked!!!

I guess news doesn't happen on the weekends cause the msn takes it off! I feel like something really big is going to hit the fan in this country with all the Mid East Nations in upheaval. It's like we're sittin around a camp fire in the middle of a wilderness sweatin over whats going to attack us. Holy Crap!
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Thread: What the hell is going to happen now, I'm panicked!!!

dribble
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Ooooh, did I hit a nerve Shrimp? So what are you now, the post investigator? That's pretty white of you.

You just prove my point that we see people like you that have been so stupified over the years.

Stupified; One who has let their brain atrophy over a long period of time.

That's you, Shrimp.
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... the dumbing down of America... It's really quite sad though... you are so stupid.
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS



What the hell is going to happen now, I'm panicked!!!

I guess news doesn't happen on the weekends cause the msn takes it off! I feel like something really big is going to hit the fan in this country with all the Mid East Nations in upheaval. It's like we're sittin around a camp fire in the middle of a wilderness sweatin over whats going to attack us. Holy Crap!
 Quoting: CHOPIN ROCKS


Thread: What the hell is going to happen now, I'm panicked!!!

dribble
 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


Ooooh, did I hit a nerve Shrimp? So what are you now, the post investigator? That's pretty white of you.

You just prove my point that we see people like you that have been so stupified over the years.

Stupified; One who has let their brain atrophy over a long period of time.

That's you, Shrimp.
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Fuck off out of my thread, bug.

I've put up with your pea-brained nonsense long enough.
You add nothing, learn nothing, and I can feel my IQ drop every time I read your robot socialist screed.

Leave peacefully, or I'll toss your half-wit parrot ass into the digital street.
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or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

Geezuz, you're as thick as you are blind.
 Quoting: Comedian


It means that "congress" and/or the legislature cannot pass any measure/law which establishes any religion or prohibiting a person (like China and Russia of old) from exercising religion....This is an admonition against the state from prohibiting or passing legislation which promotes....a restraining order.
 Quoting: Elsabiades


You're babbling.

Make a coherent point or shut the hell up.
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Conclusion:
5th Circuit judge (higher court) overturned this ridiculous decision, and the prayers were flowing at the ceremony.

Yee haw!
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