Thursday, March 03, 2005


Well, I wonder how the supremes will decide on the Ten Commandments. Their questions sounded as if they will vote that government agencies can continue to display them. That's just wrong. I can see allowing the truly historical monuments to stand, just based on age, but there should be a disclaimer about them attached. Posted by Hello

5 comments:

AP3 said...

Yeah. It's disturbing. Of course, I personally don't think that there should be Christmas displays on government property either. Most Americans disagree.

actonbell said...

I agree. Can you imagine a typical American's reaction to being hauled into court, and forced to place his/her right hand on the Koran, and solemnly swear to tell the truth?

dddragon said...

Most Christians seem to not consider what it is like for non-Christians. They just blindly and thoughtless blunder and tromp all over everyone else.

Then there are the ones who do it deliberately ... and they still think that they are "Christian".

Blogger Friend said...

"...truly historical monuments to stand, just based on age..."

???????

WHAT do you think the 10 commandments are? "based on age" I would say they are the most "truly historical monuments" out there.

AP3 said...

There's nothing historical about the 10 commandments. It's a lovely Judeo-Christian myth.