Supreme Court can’t rule God’s laws unconstitutional – What?

Our Supreme Court is a travesty to American justice.

First, they remove the Ten Commandments from our governmental buildings. Now that the commandments are gone, our court rules that it’s OK to lie, cheat, steal and murder.

Our Maker gave us these rules to live by so now our people will have a difficult time explaining why we trashed God’s laws. If it is because our Supreme Court said it was unconstitutional and therefore “OK to do,” they all may be on the “hot seat” in more ways than one.

Gary Lane

Mansfield

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One Response to Supreme Court can’t rule God’s laws unconstitutional – What?

  1. buckeyesyd says:

    What they’re saying in Mansfield…so far!

    Michael Adams · SubscribeSubscribed · Top commenter
    What? I’m pretty sure the supreme court hasn’t ruled on making it alright to “lie, cheat, steal and murder”. The bible is filled with a ton of ‘rules to live by’. I mean if you want to talk Mosaic Law there are a crap load. Generally Christians ignore Mosaic law and anything from the old testament. Except a rabid hate for homosexuals and the 10 commandments.

    I’m guessing this sudden hatred for the Supreme Court has to do with the ruling on the health care mandate. As far as I know there is no Biblical injunction against paying taxes, render unto Cesar what is Cesar’s, and no rule against healing the sick. In fact I’m pretty sure Jesus was pro healing the sick. l

    Tim Converse · Mansfield Sr. High
    Your big mistake is not proving to us there IS a god. Extraordinary beliefs require extraordinary evidence. Not one person has been able to do that, ever. Argument over.

    Drenn Workman · Top commenter · Mansfield Ohio State University
    http://drenn1077.com/2012/07/10/born-in-sin-come-on-in/

    Tim Cowley · Top commenter · Post Doc at Cornell University
    It would be useful if the author actually listed what court decisions made it legal to cheat and murder. In most cases it’s legal to lie, so that objection makes sense if he believes we should outlaw lying. The cheating and murdering complaint has left us all to speculate and I don’t feel right commenting on it without knowing what he is referring to. Or does he simply think that people against displaying the ten commandments are against all 10 provisions. The objection is really to the fact that it is a religious symbol and most outside the Abrahamic faiths would fully reject the first 4 Protestant and first 3 Catholic Commandments (worship God alone, don’t make idols, respect God’s name, keep the Sabbath holy) while largely (but not necessarily completely) accepting the last 6 or 7 (honor your mother and father, do not kill, do not commit adultery, do not steal, do not lie, do not covet your neighbors house, do not covet his wife and possessions).

    No Bull · Top commenter · Mansfield, Ohio
    I’m not a fan of the Bible, but if I had to hazard a guess about the murder part, could he be referring to the death penalty? Which I’m neither for or against. I also know that the Supreme Court just ruled in a case, that lying is considered free speech…therefore, the person that lied about military honors won the case. Anyway, even though morally, lying and cheating are wrong, if it was illegal, then every politician in US would be in prison.

    Drenn Workman · Top commenter · Mansfield Ohio State University
    Morality does not originate with a God. Our laws are not based on the Bible, including the Ten Commandments. Despite this, it is still not okay to lie cheat or steal.
    The Bible is not a good moral standard for laws in any case. The mixing of church and state is unconstitutional. Obviously the writer is an authoritarian wishing to impose their beliefs on everyone.

    Aaron Baker · SubscribeSubscribed · Columbus, Ohio
    Get over it. Do you honestly feel free to steal or murder now that the decalogue is removed? If so, you probably are a bad and dangerous person to begin with. Please stay away from me. Thank you. Good day.

    Phil Sydnor · School of Hard Knocks
    No doubt this is a fake poster, this hypocrite has to be Judge DeWeese or one of his cronies!

    You can’t have the 10 commandments in your Court room when you’re a PROVEN LIAR and DEFEND ALCOHOLICS when it’s their testimony you have FAITH in. It’s funny how the hypocrites are the first to cry foul when Morality is not what THEY make it. We have seen over the years, PERJURY being protected by the Courts. That’s WHY we have plea deals, the WORST form of Justice in the land – lol!

    Marc Travis · CSCC
    Sir, you have so many fallacies in your argument, I don’t even know where to begin.

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