Skip to comments.One nation 'under God'
Posted on 01/02/2004 12:54:39 AM PST by kattracksEdited on 07/12/2004 4:11:29 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Back in 1954, a skinny 20-year-old kid from Nashville was on the brink of a dream come true — a career in entertainment and music.
Even then, he knew something that still holds true 50 years later: that a little faith in God can be a very big thing. I know this for a fact, because I'm that skinny kid.
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"So, Your Honor, the Pledge is unconstitutional because it says 'Under God'. Guess that means when you were sworn in with your hand on a Bible, and at the end of your oath repeated, 'So Help Me God' that makes your job unconstitutional, therefore you have no job, which means your ruling doesn't mean sh*t."
Stay Safe Kat......
The courts have ruled American Citizens are wrong in acknowledging the source of their sacred freedoms.
The courts have ruled we've wrongly believed American freedoms of religion, speech and public assembly were bestowed on each of us by our Creator.
The courts have ruled God's Law is subordinate to government law. Thus, our pledge wrongly asserts we are "....one nation, under God....".
Taking a page from President Andrew Jackson....the courts have ruled......"....now let them enforce it."
Traitors in black robes are but one segment of the enemy within gaveling down our freedoms and national sovereignty through the dictatorial tyranny of court decree.
Interesting thing I am finding out in preparing my federal suit against the State of Texas for civil rights violations is that a many of judges do NOT take their oaths. Meaning that they simply don't believe they are bound by the restrictions of the Constitution.
Want to see something regarding the judiciary that will make you want to scream? Check out this link to see how it is determined who will get cases heard before the Texas Supreme court. http://www.justiceatstake.org/partnerViewer.asp?breadCrumb=9,226
This is the reason I had to take my case to the Federal Court. The cases that are allowed to be heard before the Texas Supreme Court are based on contributions to the judges campaign accounts. If you or your attorney contribute to the justice's campaigns, you have a much greater chance of having your case heard before the Texas Supreme Court.
Stay safe and a Merry 2004 !!
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