Friday, December 12, 2008

South Carolina stopped by United State Court hallucinations

The Dallas Morning News reprinted an article from The Associated Press. It was about South Carolinas United States District Judge Cameron McGowan Currie placing an injunction on the state from issuing vanity license plates with a religious connotation. This judge was appointed in 1994 by President Clinton, thus making her a Clintoniesta. These religious plates were ordered by choice, not on all license plates issued by the state of South Carolina. Apparently there is a law suite pending about the constitutionality of these plates and this judge placed the injunction until the court held its hearing on the case.

In the news article the newspaper illustrated the license plate by using a photograph of a sample Florida license plate with a large cross. However the actual sample plate from South Carolina has the cross much smaller. Another example of the media out propagandizing PropagandaBuster.

The court case is based upon the hallucinated prohibition in the United States Constitution of separation of church and state. When in all actuality the term separation of church and states does not appear anywhere in the Constitution. To stop the issuance of these plates is a clear violation of the First Amendments which clearly states in reference to religion concerning the government, nor prohibit the free exercise thereof.

Singing the song Carolina in the Morning, at the beginning and during the dancing at the end of this video.

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