A federal judge in California has ruled

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Doglips, Jul 28, 2002.

  1. Doglips

    Doglips Guest

    This is the famous Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals who ruled on the pledge....well you all read it...Ill be loading the guns and gasing up the car.

    A federal judge in California has ruled that a six-foot cross lording over the Mojave National Preserve in California as a veterans memorial must be taken down because it constitutes an illegal government endorsement of religion, reports the Press-Enterprise.

    U.S. District Court Judge Robert J. Timlin of Riverside, Calif., cited decisions by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in determining that the "presence of the cross on federal land conveys a message of endorsement of religion."

    The American Civil Liberties Union sued the National Park Service in March 2001, demanding that the cross the removed.

    A prospector, John "Riley" Bembry, first raised a cross on the spot in the 1930s in honor of World War I veterans.
  2. jerry

    jerry Since 03-15- 2002 Forum Contributor

    In the after life, somewhere, I hope at least one WWI vets soul has a big chuck of his *****

  3. He's correct about the cross -- endorsement of religion, but then again he is a immoral IDIOT. Get these jerks out of office. Jerry they will have a higher power to answer to someday. Instead of being the judge--they will be judged.
  4. What about d day?

    What would the wacko judge do about the veterans cemetaries over in France from the D Day invaision?

    If you can't be religious in a cemetary, where can you be?

    Time to put that tree shredder at the end of the Judges waterslide..........:nod: :nod: :nod: :nod: