June 30, 2005

Ann Coulter

One of my favorite conservative authors. I was crusin' the web today and found her latest article. It was quite thought provoking. If anyone would like to read it it can be found at http://www.anncoulter.org/cgi-local/welcome.cgi . The article is titled "Thou Shalt Not Commit Religion." I am not going to post the whole article here, but I will post the last few paragraphs:

That's the America you live in! A country founded on a compact with God,
forged from the idea that all men are endowed by their Creator with certain
inalienable rights is now a country where taxpayers can be forced to subsidize
"artistic" exhibits of aborted fetuses. But don't start thinking about putting
up a Ten Commandments display. That's offensive!
I don't want to hear any jabberwocky from the Court TV amateurs about "the
establishment of religion." (1) A Ten Commandments monument does not establish a
religion. (2) The First Amendment prohibits Congress from making any law
"respecting" an establishment of religion — meaning Congress cannot
make a
law establishing a religion, nor can it make a law prohibiting the states from
establishing a religion. We've been through this a million times.
Now the
Supreme Court is itching to ban the Pledge of Allegiance because of its
offensive reference to one nation "under God." (Perhaps that "God" stuff could
be replaced with a vulgar sexual reference.) But with the court looking like a
geriatric ward these days, they don't want to alarm Americans right before a
battle over the next Supreme Court nominee. Be alarmed. This is what it's about.

Anyway, I just had to post that because I thought it was cool. If you have anything to say just leave a comment.
TTYL everyone,
Paige

No comments: