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:: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 ::

ILTE of the Day
I thought that I wouldn't post anything about the court decision declaring the "under God" portion of the pledge of allegiance unconstitutional, but this is just funny.
A.R. Bosacki of Arvada, CO, says the pledge is unconstitutional because it allows for the authority of a foreign monarch. That would be God.

In its present format, it voluntarily yields the right to rule to a foreign monarch who has never stood for high elective office, has no known North American street address or Social Security number, has no parliament to create his writ nor any supreme judiciary to certify it.

What can I add to that?
(From The Rocky Mountain News, letters of July 16.)

:: Walter 7:56 PM [+] ::

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