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virus: Ten Commandments Monument Added To County Courthouse in Oklahoma
« on: 2004-11-12 11:19:21 »
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Haskell County Commissioner Henry Few: "It's been pounded in people's
heads so long that a lot of people believe there is a difference between
church and state, but I don't believe there is".


as Bugs Bunny used to say:  "What a maroon."

Walter


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Monuments dedicated to the Ten Commandments have caused a lot of
controversy recently.

A monument dedicated in Stigler on Sunday is already bringing the small
community to the forefront of national politics.

Stigler resident Mike Bush organized the effort to bring the Ten
Commandments to the lawn of the Haskell County Courthouse. He says he's
not trying to make any particular statement; he just wants to bring his
beliefs to others.

Bush says he knew there could be opposition to this location, if not
from Stigler residents, then from someone on the outside. "I knew the
deal when we done this, I knew the situation in Alabama was going to
come up, and I still don't know how to answer those questions".

Haskell County Commissioner Henry Few: "It's been pounded in people's
heads so long that a lot of people believe there is a difference between
church and state, but I don't believe there is".

Few says this isn't just about the Judeo-Christian faith. He says they
would also consider religious monuments from other faiths at the courthouse.
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Re: virus: Ten Commandments Monument Added To County Courthouse in Oklahoma
« Reply #1 on: 2004-11-25 02:38:05 »
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<pfft>Few says this isn't just about the Judeo-Christian faith. He says they
would also consider religious monuments from other faiths at the courthouse.</pfft>

Yeah, right—they’ll consider religious monuments from other faiths for, like, four or five seconds before deciding that they’re idols to a false god. 
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Walter Watts <wlwatts@cox.net> wrote:
Best line:

Haskell County Commissioner Henry Few: "It's been pounded in people's
heads so long that a lot of people believe there is a difference between
church and state, but I don't believe there is".


as Bugs Bunny used to say: "What a maroon."

Walter


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Monuments dedicated to the Ten Commandments have caused a lot of
controversy recently.

A monument dedicated in Stigler on Sunday is already bringing the small
community to the forefront of national politics.

Stigler resident Mike Bush organized the effort to bring the Ten
Commandments to the lawn of the Haskell County Courthouse. He says he's
not trying to make any particular statement; he just wants to bring his
beliefs to others.

Bush says he knew there could be opposition to this location, if not
from Stigler residents, then from someone on the outside. "I knew the
deal when we done this, I knew the situation in Alabama was going to
come up, and I still don't know how to answer those questions".

Haskell County Commissioner Henry Few: "It's been pounded in people's
heads so long that a lot of people believe there is a difference between
church and state, but I don't believe there is".

Few says this isn't just about the Judeo-Christian faith. He says they
would also consider religious monuments from other faiths at the courthouse.

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