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(The Raw Story)   SC candidate for LT. governor proposes ending public education in the state because "we don't see anything in the Bible about state education." Am I the only one who REALLY doesn't want to see his ideas for reforming the judicial system?   (rawstory.com) divider line 264
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2014-04-25 03:51:35 PM

wxboy: Moore has previously claimed that 40 percent of public school students turn away from the church by the end of elementary school and 80 percent by the end of high school.

If that were true, why is Christianity still such a big thing in this country?


Turn away = not totally fundie.

Anyway, his buybull doesn't say anything about Republicans.
 
2014-04-25 03:51:40 PM

Ring of Fire: The_Hairy_Gooch: Ring of Fire: PreMortem: I'm sorry to be all unconstitutional, but there should be a religious mental test to hold office.

Fun fact in North Carolina there is a religious test to hold office.  If you ain't believin in God you ain't gettin to run for no office. ( Article VI section 8 disqualifications from office.

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/legislation/constitution/ncconstitution. ht ml

WOAH WOAH...... wait a minute.... You added that to it didn't you? Please tell me its some sort of hack and that you're joking. That is f'ed up to the nth degree! Where is the outrage to this? Seriously, that can't be constitutional.

No it's really in there. Although you have to keep in mind that it was written way back in 1971 times were different then.

I don't think anyone have ever been bared from office because of that clause so because of that it's never been challenged or something like that. I wish they would just take it out makes us look like farking idiots. But that would have to be approved by ⅔ of the derp squad in the GA just to get it in the ballot. Not going to happen.
Oddly enough NC voters have voted to get rid of public schools before. I hope this idiot doesn't find out all this stuff or he might move up here.


All it would take is one candidate to try and run that didn't believe, and when they go to shut him/her out from running for an office under that clause he/she could sue saying it was unconstitutional. I'm pretty sure they would win in the courts, but then again its SC judges so I wouldn't hold my breath.

Also, I'm sure NC residents only have their child's well-being in mind, you know, with all those "liberal schools trying to teach my children evolution and not my values and beliefs." If they want to indoctrinate their children send them to private school, or even easier homeschool them.
 
2014-04-25 03:52:52 PM

Whatchoo Talkinbout: I was thinking


No you weren't.
 
2014-04-25 03:53:24 PM

moothemagiccow: HawgWild: FTFA: He has encouraged Christian families to withdraw their children from public schools and educate them at home or enroll them in religious schools

Because that IS in the Bible. Right next to "the private market has a solution to everything" and "slavery is okay." Jesus Himself said it on the Mount. Wonderful, blonde haired, blue-eyed Jesus.

I can't tell if you're being sarcastic because there's ample support for slavery in the bible.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bible_and_slavery


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2014-04-25 03:55:23 PM

The_Hairy_Gooch: All it would take is one candidate to try and run that didn't believe, and when they go to shut him/her out from running for an office under that clause he/she could sue saying it was unconstitutional. I'm pretty sure they would win in the courts, but then again its SC judges so I wouldn't hold my breath.


You and I basically said the same thing..... and although S.C. judges might be idiots... even a somewhat heavily conservative US Supreme Court couldn't make an argument to keep that legal.
 
2014-04-25 03:57:58 PM

dletter: The_Hairy_Gooch: All it would take is one candidate to try and run that didn't believe, and when they go to shut him/her out from running for an office under that clause he/she could sue saying it was unconstitutional. I'm pretty sure they would win in the courts, but then again its SC judges so I wouldn't hold my breath.

You and I basically said the same thing..... and although S.C. judges might be idiots... even a somewhat heavily conservative US Supreme Court couldn't make an argument to keep that legal.


Totally agree with you. It just takes one guy/gal to put up with all that time and money to take a case like that to the Supreme court. Like you said though, good luck finding a non-believer within 100 miles that would actually want to go through that just to make a simple point.
 
2014-04-25 03:57:59 PM

Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: [img.fark.net image 460x576]

Because one worships The Wrong God.


Nope. Same God. Just a slightly different interpretation of Him.
 
2014-04-25 03:58:48 PM

busy chillin': tinyarena: [img.fark.net image 281x179]
I don't see anything about International Space Stations in the Bible either
I guess you know what that means?

I'll get a rock
You get a really, really big slingshot

Will this work?

[static2.stuff.co.nz image 618x360]


Sorry but this Jesus wasn't well hung.

img.fark.net
img.fark.net
 
2014-04-25 03:58:55 PM

Ed Grubermann: Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: [img.fark.net image 460x576]

Because one worships The Wrong God.

Nope. Same God. Just a slightly different interpretation of Him.


It's all about perspective, as you see, my god is better than your god!
 
2014-04-25 03:59:11 PM

Mulchpuppy: Orgasmatron138: My friend lived in SC for a while. He said the schools there teach that the South really won the Civil War, but in the interest of peace they laid down their arms and too the high road.

Gotta jump in and say that I never heard anything of that sort.  Then again, neither I nor your friend can speak for every school in the state.  It's sadly possible that there are teachers who say things like that, but I hope to hell that's a very small minority.


I would certainly hope so as well. And I recognize that my evidence is purely anecdotal, and I only know one guy who has been to SC.
 
2014-04-25 04:00:42 PM

wxboy: Moore has previously claimed that 40 percent of public school students turn away from the church by the end of elementary school and 80 percent by the end of high school.

If that were true, why is Christianity still such a big thing in this country?


old people
 
2014-04-25 04:00:53 PM

Pharmdawg: Fissile: Can't we just wall off the South, rename it Tardfarkistan, and call it good?

No. The north is too cold. You can move the crazies into Florida. It's not like they'll notice anyway.


No. We have enough loons thank you very much.
 
2014-04-25 04:01:55 PM
The_Hairy_Gooch:

Also, I'm sure NC residents only have their child's well-being in mind, you know, with all those "liberal schools trying to teach my children evolution and not my values and beliefs." If they want to indoctrinate their children send them to private school, or even easier homeschool them.

They voted to close the public schools back in 56 rather than integrate them.  The plan was to give out vouchers close the public schools and let the white kids continue to go to segregated private schools.  It was at the time considered a rather progressive approach for a southern state  None of this ever really happened, but they seem to be trying that approach again.
 
2014-04-25 04:03:24 PM

PreMortem: I'm sorry to be all unconstitutional, but there should be a religious mental test to hold office.


Thanks of the TF
 
2014-04-25 04:04:57 PM

anuran: HawgWild: FTFA: He has encouraged Christian families to withdraw their children from public schools and educate them at home or enroll them in religious schools

Because that IS in the Bible. Right next to "the private market has a solution to everything" and "slavery is okay." Jesus Himself said it on the Mount. Wonderful, blonde haired, blue-eyed Jesus.

Actually, the Bible does say that slavery is okay. It sets out a few rules for treating them, but they're pretty minimal. You can even sell your 12-year old daughter as a sex toy if you need to raise some cash.

Oh, you say, that's the Old Testament. What does New Improved Bible 2.0 say? Paul tells slaves to shut the fark up, obey their Masters and pray to Jebus.


Glen Beck says that the Bible is the only textbook needed on school. It holds the answers to every single question!
 
2014-04-25 04:07:16 PM

Orgasmatron138: . And I recognize that my evidence is purely anecdotal, and I only know one guy who has been to SC.


I know you do, but I felt like I needed to get that tossed in before someone took it as proof of the statewide curriculum -

The_Hairy_Gooch: I believe it. It is convenient for them to display a perspective that didn't make them look like a$$hats protecting slavery, like they were the better people so to speak. Perception is reality, even though the capitol for the confederacy was located in SC. Re-writing the history makes it easier to swallow that your ancestors were giant douches.


And I was too late.
 
2014-04-25 04:07:25 PM

anuran: first time I got knifed.


If you're getting knifed often, I would suggest that you revisit your lifestyle or, at least, your neighborhood/hangout locations.
 
2014-04-25 04:08:11 PM
I wouldn't want my kids to go to school with this wacko's kids. Nor would I want my kids to go to school with the deviant liberal wacko's kids who oppose him. The solution? School Vouchers for all. This is something that left right and center should all support.
 
2014-04-25 04:08:47 PM

Huggermugger: anuran: HawgWild: FTFA: He has encouraged Christian families to withdraw their children from public schools and educate them at home or enroll them in religious schools

Because that IS in the Bible. Right next to "the private market has a solution to everything" and "slavery is okay." Jesus Himself said it on the Mount. Wonderful, blonde haired, blue-eyed Jesus.

Actually, the Bible does say that slavery is okay. It sets out a few rules for treating them, but they're pretty minimal. You can even sell your 12-year old daughter as a sex toy if you need to raise some cash.

Oh, you say, that's the Old Testament. What does New Improved Bible 2.0 say? Paul tells slaves to shut the fark up, obey their Masters and pray to Jebus.

Glen Beck says that the Bible is the only textbook needed on school. It holds the answers to every single question!


Yet he's a Mormon and the LDS church also uses the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine & Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price as 'scripture'.
 
2014-04-25 04:10:02 PM

Huggermugger: anuran: HawgWild: FTFA: He has encouraged Christian families to withdraw their children from public schools and educate them at home or enroll them in religious schools

Because that IS in the Bible. Right next to "the private market has a solution to everything" and "slavery is okay." Jesus Himself said it on the Mount. Wonderful, blonde haired, blue-eyed Jesus.

Actually, the Bible does say that slavery is okay. It sets out a few rules for treating them, but they're pretty minimal. You can even sell your 12-year old daughter as a sex toy if you need to raise some cash.

Oh, you say, that's the Old Testament. What does New Improved Bible 2.0 say? Paul tells slaves to shut the fark up, obey their Masters and pray to Jebus.

Glen Beck says that the Bible is the only textbook needed on school. It holds the answers to every single question!


Alright, Bible. Solve this one!

"At a party, everyone shook hands with everybody else. There were 66 handshakes. How many people were at the party?  "
 
2014-04-25 04:10:39 PM

svanmeter: I wouldn't want my kids to go to school with this wacko's kids. Nor would I want my kids to go to school with the deviant liberal wacko's kids who oppose him. The solution? School Vouchers for all. This is something that left right and center should all support.


Why so fundies and nuts on all sides can divert public tax payer money to their own agendas?  School vouchers should be banned.  No public money should EVER go to a private school who can set it's curriculum independent of any oversight or review.
 
2014-04-25 04:10:47 PM

dletter: So, someone more local.... is this a legit candidate, or is this a candidate that will get about 4-5% of the GOP primary vote if he's lucky anyway?


Again.... is this a "legit" candidate.... or are we talking someone like the "Rent is too damn high" guy as far as odds of winning office?
 
2014-04-25 04:10:54 PM

tinyarena: [img.fark.net image 281x179]
I don't see anything about International Space Stations in the Bible either
I guess you know what that means?

I'll get a rock
You get a really, really big slingshot


Holy shiat, that thing looks like it is supported by "green energy"

Is that why Harry Reid wanted to take that Cliven guy's ranch?
 
2014-04-25 04:11:01 PM

Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: [img.fark.net image 460x576]

Because one worships The Wrong God.

even though God, Allah, and Jehovah are just 3 names of the same being according to the Big 3 monotheistic religions?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allah_as_Moon-god


"Allah as Moon-God is a claim put forth by some Evangelical Christian groups..."

Sounds legit.
 
2014-04-25 04:11:05 PM
Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.
 
2014-04-25 04:11:15 PM

SquiggsIN: svanmeter: I wouldn't want my kids to go to school with this wacko's kids. Nor would I want my kids to go to school with the deviant liberal wacko's kids who oppose him. The solution? School Vouchers for all. This is something that left right and center should all support.

Why so fundies and nuts on all sides can divert public tax payer money to their own agendas?  School vouchers should be banned.  No public money should EVER go to a private school who can set its curriculum independent of any oversight or review.


muscle memory ftl
 
2014-04-25 04:11:50 PM

Huggermugger: anuran: HawgWild: FTFA: He has encouraged Christian families to withdraw their children from public schools and educate them at home or enroll them in religious schools

Because that IS in the Bible. Right next to "the private market has a solution to everything" and "slavery is okay." Jesus Himself said it on the Mount. Wonderful, blonde haired, blue-eyed Jesus.

Actually, the Bible does say that slavery is okay. It sets out a few rules for treating them, but they're pretty minimal. You can even sell your 12-year old daughter as a sex toy if you need to raise some cash.

Oh, you say, that's the Old Testament. What does New Improved Bible 2.0 say? Paul tells slaves to shut the fark up, obey their Masters and pray to Jebus.

Glen Beck says that the Bible is the only textbook needed on school. It holds the answers to every single question!


Oh, good. I was having problems with my Statements of Cash Flows in Accounting II. Forgot to check the bible.
 
2014-04-25 04:14:48 PM

0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.


Hey, it's the guy who thinks that complaining about religion in government is the same as wanting to ban people from being religious!
 
2014-04-25 04:14:58 PM

0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.


Err, you mean every thread? Better start eatin those beans, you got a case of the "I don't care but I think other people should know my opinions anyway"sies. Terrible disease.
 
2014-04-25 04:16:08 PM
HawgWild:

Alright, Bible. Solve this one!

"At a party, everyone shook hands with everybody else. There were 66 handshakes. How many people were at the party?  "


And lo, Jesus said unto them, "I was told there'd be no math."
 
2014-04-25 04:17:30 PM
Who cares, let them. Less competition in the job market for everyone else.
 
2014-04-25 04:19:09 PM

SDRR: wxboy: Moore has previously claimed that 40 percent of public school students turn away from the church by the end of elementary school and 80 percent by the end of high school.

If that were true, why is Christianity still such a big thing in this country?

old people


So you're saying when all the old people die there will no longer be Christianity!? Whoop whoop!
 
2014-04-25 04:20:50 PM

Mulchpuppy: Orgasmatron138: . And I recognize that my evidence is purely anecdotal, and I only know one guy who has been to SC.

I know you do, but I felt like I needed to get that tossed in before someone took it as proof of the statewide curriculum -

The_Hairy_Gooch: I believe it. It is convenient for them to display a perspective that didn't make them look like a$$hats protecting slavery, like they were the better people so to speak. Perception is reality, even though the capitol for the confederacy was located in SC. Re-writing the history makes it easier to swallow that your ancestors were giant douches.

And I was too late.


Wasn't referring to the whole state, just the teacher in question, but whatevs.
 
2014-04-25 04:25:03 PM

SquiggsIN: Yet he's a Mormon and the LDS church also uses the Book of Mormon,


makesureministries.com
 
2014-04-25 04:35:11 PM
Ok internet, and FARK, you win.

I'm apparently so naive and stubborn it was this very headline, right here today, that made me realize anyone who spouts Bible before cogent thought & analysis should be ignored.

This guy is a farking idiot.  I'll never vote for anyone who gets all fundy ever again*

*Keeping in mind the political process requires a bunch of pandering--even ol' Bill and His Holiness St. Obama do the requisite church-goin' photo ops.
 
2014-04-25 04:37:34 PM

wyltoknow: 0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.

Err, you mean every thread? Better start eatin those beans, you got a case of the "I don't care but I think other people should know my opinions anyway"sies. Terrible disease.


Since this is Fark, I see it less as a disease and more of a fine patina that grows on you the longer you sit here. My opinion doesn't matter to anyone, even as they have an influence on my behavior here; I used to care about other opinions here and even kind of value them... don't really feel I've gotten the same respect back.

dletter: 0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.

Hey, it's the guy who thinks that complaining about religion in government is the same as wanting to ban people from being religious!


I believe very much in separation of church and state; not adhering to that simple bit of the Constitution is causing most of the damage to this country now.

See, you're projecting your opinion onto other people again. STOP THAT! It's a biatch to clean up!

Also.. I am not a man.
 
2014-04-25 04:38:48 PM

Killer Cars: But, let's not belittle or mock him, guys. They don't like it when we get "smug".


Oh no. THIS guy can be mocked all you want.

/"they?" As in "those people?"
//see what I did there? More importantly, see what you did there?
 
2014-04-25 04:40:16 PM
The USA isn't in the Bible  either. Nor the Republican Party. Nor crullers.
 
2014-04-25 04:41:23 PM

0z79: wyltoknow: 0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.

Err, you mean every thread? Better start eatin those beans, you got a case of the "I don't care but I think other people should know my opinions anyway"sies. Terrible disease.

Since this is Fark, I see it less as a disease and more of a fine patina that grows on you the longer you sit here. My opinion doesn't matter to anyone, even as they have an influence on my behavior here; I used to care about other opinions here and even kind of value them... don't really feel I've gotten the same respect back.

dletter: 0z79: Hey, it's this thread again! The one where I get to watch people trip over themselves to make others look and feel foolish and in their pride and selfishness, end up being as hateful and intolerant as they perceive the "orther guys" to be!

No thanks, not drunk enough. I have a big bowl of "don't give a frak" beans to eat.

Hey, it's the guy who thinks that complaining about religion in government is the same as wanting to ban people from being religious!

I believe very much in separation of church and state; not adhering to that simple bit of the Constitution is causing most of the damage to this country now.

See, you're projecting your opinion onto other people again. STOP THAT! It's a biatch to clean up!

Also.. I am not a man.


You're still a drip. If you have no interest in the subject take your self righteous self to a thread you'll enjoy.
 
2014-04-25 04:43:46 PM

Ed Grubermann: Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: [img.fark.net image 460x576]

Because one worships The Wrong God.

Nope. Same God. Just a slightly different interpretation of Him.


I would argue that Christians and Muslims are just sub-types of Jews.
 
2014-04-25 04:43:53 PM

factoryconnection: MyRandomName: Why is it fark only approves links of obscure conservative loonies running in elections.

There are just as many unknown liberal crazies who run.

Oh yeah, fark libs and their down voting on anything that makes their "team" look bad.

I live in the Facepalmetto State and I can assure you that Mr. Moore's positions are not any sort of outlier in state GOP politics here.  Just look into the stories of the General Assembly forcing USC-Upstate to cancel a farcical play because of its lesbian perspective, or the bill to cut funding to CofC because of a book issued to incoming freshmen that addresses gays as people with regular-people problems, or the flap over one of Governor Haley's department heads being "allegedly atheist" and then "claimed to be Jewish" (totally missing that those are by no means either relevant or mutually exclusive).

So get a clue: this guy isn't a crazy.  He's very close to mainstream.  But then he's also running for one of the least important jobs in all of public office.  LTG in SC is powerless.  The governor can barely wipe her own ass without the GA signing off on it.


And thank FSM for that. Could you imagine if Gov. coontface had her way with this state?

You all thought Palin was bad.. imagine if she was smart enough to be a sociopath on top of all her ridiculous ideas.
 
2014-04-25 04:46:23 PM

dletter: Ring of Fire: The_Hairy_Gooch: Ring of Fire: PreMortem: I'm sorry to be all unconstitutional, but there should be a religious mental test to hold office.

Fun fact in North Carolina there is a religious test to hold office.  If you ain't believin in God you ain't gettin to run for no office. ( Article VI section 8 disqualifications from office.

http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/legislation/constitution/ncconstitution. ht ml

WOAH WOAH...... wait a minute.... You added that to it didn't you? Please tell me its some sort of hack and that you're joking. That is f'ed up to the nth degree! Where is the outrage to this? Seriously, that can't be constitutional.

No it's really in there. Although you have to keep in mind that it was written way back in 1971 times were different then.

I don't think anyone have ever been bared from office because of that clause so because of that it's never been challenged or something like that. I wish they would just take it out makes us look like farking idiots. But that would have to be approved by ⅔ of the derp squad in the GA just to get it in the ballot. Not going to happen.
Oddly enough NC voters have voted to get rid of public schools before. I hope this idiot doesn't find out all this stuff or he might move up here.

Well, someone just needs to try to run for office in S.C. as an open atheist (knowing they won't win, that isn't the point)... I'm sure someone will prop up this law thinking they are doing a "noble" thing for S.C., and then it can go through the courts and get pushed out.

Probably the lack of atheists wanting to be within 100 miles of S.C. though prevents this from happening.


First off, that's NC, not SC.

Second, SC issues an Atheist license plate.

So there's that. Dick.
 
2014-04-25 04:51:10 PM
I think his idea of 80% turning away from the Christian church was just the boredom factor where the top 80% of the kids find it too lame, too stupefying and too insulting to still attend church voluntarily.  If that's what he meant, he's probably about right.

Then some large fraction of those start going again when they have kids, and a large number of those kids will stop going as teenagers...

The guy is obviously a raving lunatic, but that might work in his district.  He might get elected, but do you think anyone would want him on any committee, or want to co-sponsor any legislation with him?  Not unless they don't want to get elected next term.
 
2014-04-25 04:53:26 PM

rwdavis: Ed Grubermann: Pants full of macaroni!!: SquiggsIN: [img.fark.net image 460x576]

Because one worships The Wrong God.

Nope. Same God. Just a slightly different interpretation of Him.

I would argue that Christians and Muslims are just sub-types of Jews.


Christians, maybe - all they did was look at Jewish observances and go "LOL, nope" and fork the existing philosophy to incorporate some Roman/pagan stuff into the Jewish stories.

Muslims added far too much, and IIRC a lot of the tradition comes from religious belief/practice in the region that wasn't the Jews'. Like building Android from Linux, it seems like a wholly different tradition, if derivative.

Ironically, Maimonedes (IIRC, among others) state that Catholicism is closer to "idol worship" (to use the Bible's term) than Islam, due to the former's infatuation with the crucifix, virgin birth, Superhero Jesus, and the trinity.
 
2014-04-25 04:53:32 PM

anuran: Oh, you say, that's the Old Testament. What does New Improved Bible 2.0 say? Paul tells slaves to shut the fark up, obey their Masters and pray to Jebus.


It also says that anyone who doesn't worship Jesus is subject to the OT laws. In other words, you should stone your non-Christian neighbor who wears mixed-fiber fabric.
 
2014-04-25 04:54:20 PM
None of these things are mentioned in the Bible, either: television, radio, X-rays, microwaves, DVRs, automobiles, airplanes, vibrators, cowboy hats, Santa Clause, neck ties, baseball gloves, fleshlights, Tesla coils, inflatable sheep, cruise control...

It does say that slavery is cool, though.
 
2014-04-25 04:55:09 PM
Ring of Fire:
They voted to close the public schools back in 56 rather than integrate them.  The plan was to give out vouchers close the public schools and let the white kids continue to go to segregated private schools.  It was at the time considered a rather progressive approach for a southern state  None of this ever really happened, but they seem to be trying that approach again.

And guess when explosive growth of private Christian schools all across the South took place? Go ahead. Guess!
 
2014-04-25 05:00:55 PM

The_Hairy_Gooch: Seriously, that can't be constitutional.


Why do you hate America and states' rights, and, by extension, 8-pound, 6-ounce baby Jesus?

If you read your Bible, you'll see that the US Constitution in no way applies to the states, unless you want to trot out that heretical Article IV, section 2: "The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states."
 
2014-04-25 05:05:57 PM

dletter: even a somewhat heavily conservative US Supreme Court couldn't make an argument to keep that legal.


Maybe not the whole court, but I'm pretty sure what Scalia and Thomas would say.
 
2014-04-25 05:15:07 PM

All2morrowsparTs: busy chillin': tinyarena: [img.fark.net image 281x179]
I don't see anything about International Space Stations in the Bible either
I guess you know what that means?

I'll get a rock
You get a really, really big slingshot

Will this work?

[static2.stuff.co.nz image 618x360]

Sorry but this Jesus wasn't well hung.

[img.fark.net image 634x353]
[img.fark.net image 634x398]


That must have been the ACME giant slingshot.
 
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