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GA Gov Signs Law Legalizing 10 Commandments

I'm sure this won't stop some dopey judge from saying otherwise but it's a good thing:

Georgia Governor, Republican Nathan Deal has signed an amended “historical display” law that will allow America’s founding documents as well as the Ten Commandments and the Magna Carta to be posted at schools and other government buildings in addition to the courthouses as the original bill allowed.
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2 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

The precepts of civilization. Progressives remove these precepts of civilization by calling them "religion", which they are by decency, but the progressives also enjoy the raw savagery that results, giving them, the progressives, the opportunity to seize, in their greed, all unwarranted power.

Mary De Voe said...

While EVERY person may choose to love God in his own way, public funds and those in public office compensated by public taxes may not deconstruct our Declaration of Independence by removing “their Creator”, the Person of God, WHO endows unalienable rights to all men, WHO created all men equal and keeps them in existence, from one moment to the next. The Person of God speaks to us through our founding principles, The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution for the United States of America, with laws that protect and provide for each and every Person, especially the PERSON OF GOD, because the Person of God is “their Creator”, and as persons, all men are the image of God in sovereignty expressed as free will in FREEDOM, the will of the people and the voice of the people. God gives us freedom and the state may not remove our freedom or the knowledge of our freedom from the people using the public money. Our knowledge of freedom consists in keeping the Ten Commandments, but to deny people the knowledge of the Ten Commandments is injustice.


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