Skip to comments.Pledge of Allegiance: I'm so mad I had to create something in protest!
Posted on 06/26/2002 3:02:42 PM PDT by jcsmonogram
I'm so mad, can't contain myself. So to keep from punching walls and ripping out my hair, I created a protest T-shirt:
Click here to see it
NINTH CIRCUIT RULES U.S. AN ILLEGAL ESTABLISHMENT OF RELIGION
United States Now Null And Void, Says Court
April 23, 2005 (AP) - The United States Ninth Circuit today ruled that the Declaration of Independence was promulgated on an unConstitutional establishment of religion in its use of such language as "the laws of nature and of nature's God ," "endowed by their Creator," "the Supreme Judge of the world," "the protection of Divine Providence," and "sacred honor."
As a result, the Declaration of Independence is null and void, based as it was on erroneous assumptions about where "unalienable rights" actually come from. Indeed, given the illegal invocation of a mythical "divine being", it is likely that such "rights" are now inoperable.
The Court has decided that herewith, the United States, severally and together, are now under the jurisdiction of the only "supreme judge of the world" and "protector" that can be found, the United Nations.
Speaking shortly after the ruling was handed down, U.N. General Secretary Bill Clinton announced that the U.N. is selling off the individual states one by one, in an auction on eBay commencing on Sunday of this week. The initial bids are expected to be high, as the states are considered one-of-a-kind collectibles.
Details will follow as they become available.