"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Saturday, January 08, 2005
[Media Source*] Just when you thought that the case for "Under God" was finally over (after visiting the U.S. Supreme Court and all) it appears that Michael Newdow is filing a lawsuit again to remove God from the pledge. This time he is aided by eight "co-plaintiffs" who are either the parents filing on the behalf of their kids or are the parents themselves. Ironically, the plaintiff's have refused to identify themselves according to Newdow:
"...because of the potential adverse impacts of having your name on a case like this. That's why they are not named."
Despite the fact that 81% of Americans identify themselves with an organized religion (with 14-12% not associating with any organized belief) these misguided few who have an apparent hatred for God (and anything associated with Him) are using their best efforts to remove him from public view. Many of them claim that their rights are being trampled upon despite the fact that their is no official state religion in the country.
Although religion, whether it be Catholic inquisitions of the past or Islamic extremists in the present has brought about numerous casualties in the cause for faith, atheistic communism has taken over 100 million lives, far more than Nazism ever has. A society without God is more dangerous than a society with Him, as one present "eternal boundaries" while the other is determined by people who can be corrupted easily.
These lawsuits will probably actually make it before the Supreme Court which will probably set precedent against the Atheist's favor. If one does acknowledge the Creator's existence in America, that is fine by me. But to go to lengths to ban Him from public, now that is extreme. Selah!
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