Separation of Church & State?

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Posted by Patrick Henry on September 25, 1998 at 19:33:09:

In Reply to: Re: Appendix "J": Petitions to Congress, from "The Federal Zone" posted by ` on September 24, 1998 at 00:15:32:

Separation of "church" and "state" is a figment of the imagination of the Religious Order of Black Frocks -- judges -- who rabidly refuse to be bound by the Law as written. There never was any separation of church and state as that doctrine is espoused by the priests of judicial ignorance. Read Chief Justice Story's "Commentaries on the Constitution" to see what the original purpose and intent of the 1st Amendment was. Note also that the majority, if not all, of the states which ratified this amendment had official state churches, and constitutions which in some instances mandated that civil law be predicated upon the principles of Divine Law as evidenced in Scripture. The Founders provided that the issue of religion was entirely outside the scope of the jurisdiction granted to the national government. Period. They did not provide any lawful authority for the Congress to legislate concerning religion, either pro or con. So any judicial quack who presumes to make rulings forbidding religious practices protected by the 1st amendment from being engaged in in public life is an outlaw under the Organic Law of this Land.

No, for the most of you, the beast hasn't even been identified, much less slain.

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