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Widgetsfriend Donating Member (208 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-17-04 08:12 AM
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2. My question for Roy Moore is...
Does he believe that each individual American has the right to erect monuments on public property, as he did in Alabama? Or should only rightwing judges be allowed that right? Because if he thinks it's okay for each of us to go down to the local courthouse and put up a monument to our favorite cause, then things could get kind of crowded down there at the courthouse; but that's okay, because then the right to erect these monuments would be shared by all. Of course, Judge Roy Moore doesn't care a thing about what anybody else believes. And I'm pretty sure he doesn't think it's okay for just anybody to erect these monuments, which is why he's such a crock of s..t jerk and deserves whatever abuse we decide to heap!! It is the reason he was removed from his judgeship and why the monument was removed; he had no right to erect it on public property, anymore than I have that right. The precedent he was trying to set is mindboggling. He is trying to claim the public square for Christianity...but not all Christians. Only the ones who believe what he believes. He is a cretin!!
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