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Posted by farid from customer-148-233-71-125.uninet.net.mx ( on Friday, August 29, 2003 at 5:43PM :

***When is it going to dawn on enough citizens that these people use god to get government contracts, inside tips, favorable easements and a whole slew of things they hide behind GOD.

***This is only one of the excellent reasons the Framers of the Constitution, all firm believers themselves, kept god out of government. You can have him in your home..you can make your garage a church and deduct lawn care, you can live breathe, eat and shit god...no one hinders you in the slightest...but that doesn´t get these people the political agenda they´re really all about. Fuck them and fuck their god.

Alabama Justice Chides Fellow Republicans
Fri Aug 29, 9:06 AM ET Add U.S. National - AP to My Yahoo!

By PHILLIP RAWLS, Associated Press Writer

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore and his supporters have violated Ronald Reagan (news - web sites)'s 11th commandment: Never speak ill of a fellow Republican.

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Slideshow: Alabama Ten Commandments Monument

In terse remarks, Moore chided the governor, state attorney general and his eight Supreme Court colleagues for publicly disagreeing with his defiance of a federal court order to move a Ten Commandments monument from the state courthouse rotunda.

The order was fulfilled Wednesday when the display was relocated to another part of the building, in keeping with the Constitution's ban against government promotion of a religious doctrine.

"I was saddened and dismayed that state officials were so anxious to follow the dictates of an unlawful order and move the monument into a hallway 50 feet away to hide its contents, to hide the truth," Moore said Thursday.

Some of Moore's defenders are calling on Attorney General Bill Pryor to resign and are threatening to retaliate against Pryor, Gov. Bob Riley and the justices — all Republicans but one — at the ballot box.

"I would never vote for any of these people ever again," said Robert Reed, pastor of Victory Baptist Church in Coden. "I hope they are never again able to hold any office."

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