Tuesday, June 24, 2008

I Believe

A group in S.C. that advocates separation of church and state filed a federal lawsuit to prevent South Carolina from becoming the first state to create "I Believe" license plates.

"The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for South Carolina, asks a judge to stop the state from making the plates and rule that the law allowing them violates the First Amendment."http://http//news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080619/ap_on_re_us/religious_license_plate
First Amendment? They violate the First Amendment if they don't allow it. I've seen plates that show that the driver enjoys hunting, or fishing. Is that discrimination? Do they violate the First Amendment?
We are in a time that it's open season on Christians. We can't offend muslims, gays, or anybody else. Christians? Anytime! Who cares about those people? The fact that this country was built upon Judeo-Christian beliefs doesn't matter any more. The Dark Ages are coming back and if we don't turn to God, nothing good is going to come out of this.

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