Monday, November 10, 2008

My Car 'Believes'...

Letting other people know where you stand with (or without) God just got a little easier, at least in South Carolina. You can read the entire article here. In a nutshell South Carolina just passed legislation that allows the DMV to begin making custom Christian-themed license plates bearing the words 'I Believe'. Of course we live in the south so just think of all that extra revenue that will flow into the DMV. Unfortunately Washington-based Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a.k.a. The Pagan Party Poopers (or The PPP for short), has already filed a lawsuit against the South Carolina officials. Their argument is that " the plates amount to state sponsorship of a particular faith" .

Whenever it comes to the hotly debated "wall" between church and state my stance is that there should be ZERO tax dollar funding to any religious organization that (at least intentionally) promotes their faith upon other people. Mr. Bush's Faith-Based Initiative is at least trying to help folks in need, unlike this which is just a fancy way of letting fellow travelers know that God is in the passenger seat.

Of course California can always counter with a license plate bearing the image of Our Lord the Flying Spaghetti Monster.That's of course after they're done deciding whether or not homosexuals are allowed to be as miserable as most heterosexual married couples.

On a side note...
I usually don't post this frequently I just reposted my old "God Blog" posts from my old blog.

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