Re: virus: Another step forward - towards the tar pit

James Veverka (
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Good thing it wont become law. Clinton will veto it. And the supreme court will trash it if it gets that far. Jeece....They cant do anything constructive so they are making a nuisance of themselves.

The Baptists are wild over Gay and Lesbian pride month! Got to give Clinton credit, he knows how to rub their face in it. And that slippery appointment of Hormel during the congress's recess! hahahaha!........jim

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Boy, just think how lucky our children will be when they can have the ten commandments forced into their minds!! I must admit, the first time I see the ten commandments posted in my kids school, I will issue a personal and public demonstration of what to do with it - even if it means standing in front of a crowd, whipping down my fly, and pissing all over it. Hopefully this show of distaste will inspire copy cat events all over the country!!

Bill Roh


By 248-180 theHouse agreed to an amendment sponsored by Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Alabama) which would allow schools and other government buildings, in states that permit the practice, to display the Ten Commandments.

Even though the Supreme Court in 1980 struck down a Kentucky law requiring the posting of a copy of the Ten Commandments in each public school classroom as unconstitutional, members who pushed for the measure feel it will help promote morality in schools.

Republican Rep. Bob Barr of Georgia recently suggested that had the Ten Commandments been posted at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, the April shootings that killed 15 would never have happened.