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1 Slumbering Behemoth Stinks  Tue, Jul 13, 2010 2:41:56pm
Just when I start believing there is no hope for our country I get a little reminder from my God that all is not lost. It was reported June 29 that a billboard sign sponsored by a North Carolina atheist organization had been vandalized. The ad reads, “One Nation Indivisible.” It seems someone didn’t think the sign was an accurate depiction of our Pledge of Allegiance, so the vandals inserted “Under God” with spray paint – and I couldn’t be more relieved. It’s nice to know that I am not alone in my beliefs and that some people are still willing to stand on the right side of truth.

The right side of truth in this case would be that the Pledge was composed in 1892, and the words “Under God” were not added until 1954, by an act of Congress. How’s that for “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion”?

What did this group think would happen? They placed this controversial message on a billboard that just so happens to be on a street named after Rev. Billy Graham. Did they expect the response to be positive?

“What did that bitch think would happen? Wearing those clothes in that kind of neighborhood? Did she expect not to get raped?”

Ms. Satterfield is not only constitutionally and historically ignorant, she’s also an idiot. “My Kind of Vandals” indeed.

2 iceweasel  Tue, Jul 13, 2010 4:54:33pm

You know what? I think WMD was one of the outlets for crazy shit like “OMG THE WIND KNOCKED DOWN MY LAWN MCCAIN SIGN!— RADICAL OBAMA CULTISTS MARAUDING, STEALING MAH SIGNS!” stuff.
(that really did go on all over the fever swamp— outrageous outrage everytime someone’s car was vandalised or lawn sign fell over)

3 Romantic Heretic  Wed, Jul 14, 2010 8:07:18am

They really don’t understand this whole freedom of speech and conscience thing, do they?

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