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November 14, 2005

Michael Newdow is At It Again!


Stop the ACLU has a post on the latest Newdow lunacy--his intent to file suit to have the motto "In God We Trust" removed from federal currency. Jay says:

It wasn’t enough to take God out of the pledge of Alligience. This man thinks his views trump all. He goes and creates a phony Church so he can claim religious persecution. He is truly a joke, but one we should all take serious (sic.), because he is doing tremendous damage to our Nation’s heritage. The attempt to erase and rewrite history is succeeding in America. The secular cleansing is approved of by the activist Courts. This is bound to go all the way to the Supreme Court. Let’s hope the new make up of the Court slaps this idiot back down where he belongs. Church of True Science…give me a break. What's next, the Declaration of Independence being unconstitutional? Perhaps they will give him a file so he can start removing the references himself, one coin at at time.

As my friend Rachel wondered, "Why do we allow idiots like this to get this far?"

This one's going to be big, folks. Don't you doubt it for a moment.

h/t: The Museum of Leftwing Lunacy

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Posted by Pam Meister at 02:04 PM | Comments (8) | TrackBack (0) | Leftwing Lunacy

If Michael Newdow is truly persecuted, it is because he is a %&@#! jerk.

Posted by: joe-6-pack at November 14, 2005 02:42 PM

Oh yes, I heard this morning about this nonsense. Since he is from the area we are subjected to his idiotic ideologies all the time. What an idiot.

Posted by: Mrs Media Matters at November 14, 2005 04:31 PM

He's right - God doesn't belong on the money or the pledge. It was never meant to be on either one. That's what the "Red Menace" does to people.

If you people are so threatened to take God off the money and pledge, your hold on *your* religion must be pretty shaky. My hold on my religion is fine. I don't need to declare it on secular things.
"Give to Casear what is Casear's..."

Posted by: Smart Alllyson at November 14, 2005 06:51 PM

Newdow is so evangelical about his atheism that he is at the head of the class of what I call God Fearing Atheists.

If people like Newdow were secure in their belief that there is no god, then having the words printed on a dollar bill wouldn't be so disturbing.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at November 14, 2005 07:58 PM

He's become one of these guys who has become addicted to appearing in the media. He's a gadfly now. There's a guy here in the Chicago area, Rob Sherman, another professional atheist. This guy just annoys people here, though.


Posted by: John Ruberry at November 15, 2005 12:33 AM

Quoting Jesus in the interest of taking God off our money is inappropriate and out of context. Christ was reminding Jews that their religion didn't excuse their civic duty, in that case it was taxes.

This is about a whackjob trying to remove all visible traces of religion from the public eye. The idea of the government not establishing - or even promoting - a religion is not the same as removing all vestiges of it.

Posted by: reverse_vampyr at November 16, 2005 12:51 PM

screw all you guys.

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