Sunday, July 18, 2010

When collectivists twist words into new meanings, or jettison old phrases for new ones, it is to better serve their proposed tyranny.

Latest case in point.


Justin said...


This is interesting. The writing is on the wall, so to speak.

They can limit religious expression as much as they want, in my opinion. Their laws mean nothing to me in this regard, as I will practice and worship precisely as I wish, regardless of edicts from on high in our government. Legislate away, you arrogant bastards. Your words and edicts mean nothing.

They can pass edicts to take away whatever they want. It's the enforcement of such edicts that will start the pain.


Anonymous said...

And so the plot thickens...

Defender said...

The First Amendment begins: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
I wonder. For many, their religion is a blueprint for living -- and VOTING. It could be argued -- by legal weasels -- that WORSHIP is a personal matter for in church, synagogue or temple or in private at home, but RELIGION is broader, applying your belief system to how your society operates. And the weasel-wording foreshadows more attacks on speech. Monetary contributions are political speech. Organizations amplify political speech, and some organizations are religion-based. Nothing less than diluting the Jedeo-Christian vote could be the object. Might be an idea Obama picked up in Egypt, where there's complete freedom of worship, as long as you're Muslim.