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7.25.2011

Do our commissioners say a prayer?

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2011/07/25/tx-county-clerk-faces-prison-for-standing-up-for-prayer-pledge/

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thx Barry for posting. This is outrageous!!!

Anonymous said...

The liberals may lose their colored president but they will always have the ACLU drumming up idiocracy.

Unfortunately, little miss Natalie may have screwed it up for everyone.
If she wanted prayers to be continued she should have just done what she was supposed to do.

Anonymous said...

Prayers are stupid. There is no God. The earth got here by shear chance....no intelligent design whatsover.
Rage

The Devil said...

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Anonymous said...

Good Greif

Take that Judge out to the wood shed woop is as*.

The Secret Police said...

Ya'll know that house on FM 1810 in Chico that has the sheet of plywood in the yard that reads "THIS SHOULD NOT HAPPEN TO ANY CHILD IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL"?

I have never figured out what in the world that was supposed to mean because all the words were spelled correctly, so what else could it mean? Well, I finally learned what it is that shouldn't happen to any child in a public school......Rage.

Anonymous said...

Prison? Fire that writer.

Anonymous said...

It took the Norwegian police too long to get there.
I'd be willing to bet their government doesn't allow the public to protect themselves with CHLs either.

That's where we are headed anyway.

Anonymous said...

Rage-if the Christians are wrong, none of us will ever know.
If you're wrong...

Anonymous said...

Interesting that you would refer to the local commissioners in this particular piece. Why?

Trying to stir up trouble?

Bad blog ratings?

Bored?

And who cares about this anyway?

Surely you can find something better than this subject Barry. Why not more naked women?

Or men? :-)

Anonymous said...

Like our excuse for a county clerk would stand up to them.

Jarhead said...

Wait. This is the post to which I meant to attach my "church and state" comment.

Yeah. That's it.

"Keep God out of California"!

http://bit.ly/qSlHwB

Anonymous said...

We're Drugs or Alcohol involved?

Anonymous said...

We should take "under God" out of the Pledge. Easy fix.

Anonymous said...

There is no law against saying a prayer, right? If I'm wrong then where is that law written?

Triple Fake... said...

You folks are missing the point. The judge said the prayer; the clerk agrees that a prayer is acceptable. The problem is where the judge ordered her to omit from the official record the fact that the prayer was even said.
You're making her a religious martyr when she's simply a bureaucratic martyr

Anonymous said...

Rage: What is your proof that there is no God?

Second, most of you probably didn't get the actual "point" that the clerk was making. It wasn't that she was for or against the prayer or Pledge.

The point was that she is responsible for maintaining the minutes of the meeting and they said a prayer and the Pledge during that meeting.

She was not going to allow the judge to change her account of events. If the judge did not want them in the minutes of the meeting, he should have not started the meeting until they were done.

Anonymous said...

4:10... I think the point is the Judge was scared a lawsuit would be brought to them by the ACLU.

That is what we all should be scared of.

Anonymous said...

The commissioners are right.

The clerk is supposed to record the minutes, not write down whatever she wants. It's the court's role to decide what should be in the minutes.

>> Sec. 20. COUNTY CLERK. There shall be elected for each county, by the qualified voters, a County Clerk, who shall hold his office for four years, who shall be clerk of the County and Commissioners Courts and recorder of the county.

Anonymous said...

She recorded what happened at the meeting and the judge wants to tamper with the recorded minutes. I agree, if the judge doesn't want the pledge and prayer recorded, then neither should take place at the meeting. If they happen and the clerk doesnt report it, she isn't doing her job. The judge wants her to only record "some" things. Isn't that illegal? Its her head on the line, the judge could eventually say....I don't have a clue why she didnt record the entire meeting. The clerks word against the judges. I wouldn't change it either.

Anonymous said...

Pct. 1 Comish worships Satan and bad mouths old ladies.

Anonymous said...

the clerk is following proper rules of parliamentary procedure once somthing is said it is not allowed to be taken back in a public meeting and must be recorded in the minutes as she has done in this case. this judge needs to take an laxative and get real he is nothing more than a sorry excuse of a county judge that is showing that he wants to hide things and break the laws while doing so and you cant do a thing about it.

Anonymous said...

What about proof there is God? Republicans are proof that there is a Satan.