During an announcement of the signing of the so-called “Merry Christmas Bill,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry and state Senator Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) said Thursday that freedom from religion was not included in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. “I’m proud we are standing up for…
I assume the bill enacting Sharia Law in Texas comes next week then?
As a matter of seniority of religious practices and holidays, I thus reserve the right to take your “Christmas tree” and use it as it is intended by taking it out into the parking lot, and burning it as a yule log!
Christian thefts can only be pushed so far before those of us who remember the REAL meaning of the season stand up and call you self righteous fools what you are: liars and thieves.
“Derp de derp out of context founding father quote de derp derp.” What a tool.
Teahadists at work.
And when the first little pagan wants to celebrate Halloween . Yule, Beltane, Ostara, etc etc etc, I just can’t wait. Wicca is now a federally recognized religion. Wonder if they forgot that?
Texas…wtf? The land of stupid.
Doofus. MY freedom OF religion is YOUR freedom FROM religion if we practice mutually exclusive religions… otherwise, I could make you practice my religion and then where would your freedom of religion be?
When the people say they no longer want primitive Christian baloney in our secular laws, the people shall get what they want. Arrogant fool!
Built Texas Stupid!
Perry is a douchebag 100%
Texas, the home of past and future presidents of USA, unless dumb people smarten up that is.
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