Archive for August 14th, 2009

School prayer charges stir protests

A principal and an athletic director are facing jail time for offering a mealtime prayer. The ACLU (all communist lawyers union) calls the prayer [verboten] a “flagrant” violation of the First Amendment. [A penumbra rendering of the clause to mean freedom from religion]

Last August the all communist lawyers union sued the school district for allowing prayers at graduation, which led the district to forbid this year’s senior class president from speaking at the school’s graduation ceremony on the pretext that the speaker might say something religious. It was the first time in 33 years a student body president was judged verboten to speak.

Members of the small community are up in arms over the upcoming contempt trial and have contributed more than $10,000 to a defense fund for the defendants.

“I have been defending religious freedom issues for 22 years, and I’ve never had to defend somebody who has been charged criminally for praying,” said the defendants’ attorney.

If found guilty, the defendents can be fined up to $5,000 and sentenced up to six-months in jail.

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MV5BMjc5NDA0MzU0N15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTYWolf Blitzer aka wolfman


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Last night (Wednesday, August 12, 2009) during a health care debate discussion on CNN’s Larry King Live, substitute host Wolf Blitzer made the following comments to CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta:


“Sanjay, what can we do, because so much of the—the medical costs would go away if people just listened—they exercised, they ate properly, they didn’t smoke—the things that everyone knows they have to do, but people still do it.


What can the country [i.e. government of the people] do to force people—to get people  to just—straighten out their lives, because billions and billions of dollars would be saved and their lives would be—they would live a lot longer?” [emphasis mine]


An American “journalist” wants to know what the government can do to “force” citizens to “straighten” out their lives to save money on health care costs. 


Upside down and inside out

… Whoomp there it is

I’m done

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