View Single Post
Old 02-15-2007, 03:21 AM   #30
Al Swearengen
Advanced Member
 
Al Swearengen's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Posts: 849
Rep Power: 169 Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future Al Swearengen has a brilliant future
The church is just as guilty of perverting the law as government is, and why is that? Because churches and governments are composed of people, and people are deeply, fatally flawed. But the Ten Commandments...well, its kind of hard to misinterpret those.

Theres no way to remove the Ten Commandments from the equation, but maybe thats a good thing. You see, the more we strive to divorce the teachings of God from humanity's affairs, the more debased we become, the further from grace we find ourselves. This whole issue reminds me of another man who did what he KNEW to be right, remained true to his beliefs, and refused to compromise when it came to his integrity. They took away his livelihood too, the ratbastards.

As for my mentioning the Nazis, its quite relevant...and who's counting? They made a lasting impression on the world, and they'll be mentioned an infinite number of times more before its all over and done. My point being that those National Socialists succeeded in removing God from government, and we all know how well that turned out. What better example is there of what happens when we pretend that those Commandments are not at the heart of our justice system, when we ignore where they came from, and who gave them to us? Without them, there can be no justice...the two are inseparable. A court presided over by a godless man aint a place you'd want your fate decided! Judge Moore understood this, and a judge who would have it any other way is not fit to wear the robe and sit on the bench.

Last edited by Al Swearengen; 02-15-2007 at 05:07 AM.
Al Swearengen is offline   Reply With Quote