blank'/> Liberally Lean From The Land Of Dairy Queen: Oklahoma Teen Ordered To Go To Church For 10 Years . . .

11.19.2012

Oklahoma Teen Ordered To Go To Church For 10 Years . . .



. . . as a condition of probation after pleading to an Intoxication Manslaughter charge. In other news, a copy of the U.S. Constitution has apparently not made it to Oklahoma yet.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Oklahoma version of imposing Sharia law.

Anonymous said...

a copy of the U.S. Constitution has apparently not made it to Oklahoma yet.

We havn't paided any attention to the Constitution in at least 3 yrs,
why start now

Anonymous said...

that boy needs church! just don't send him to westboro...

Katy Anders said...

Another Red State judge hoping for 15 minutes of fame.

Anonymous said...

That is rediculous!

Anonymous said...

How dare that backward thinking judge force this poor young man to suffer through this humiliation instead of allowing him to experience the progressive approach of corrective containment where he can learn a criminal trade while sharing a VERY close personal relationship with an older, "hands on" mentor.

Anonymous said...

So what's the problem. Sounds like the judge set some pretty stengent rules for him to abide by. I didn't read that he is forced to go to any certain church or to follow any particular religion. He will be much better off doing these things and will have a chance to be a better citizen than he would if he went to prison.

Consilium ac prudentia said...

Seriously! Even I have a problem with this. Unlike some of the over the top crap that liberals protest as seperation of church and state this time it definitely applies. A judge can not sentence you to attend church. It doesn't matter if it was non-specific, he can not force anyone to attend church. That is definitely government endorsement of whatever church the kid chooses to attend. Big no no. It would probably serve him well to attend, but he can not be forced to do so. All of the rest seems well within reason and well within the law via precedent.

Anonymous said...


We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse,
And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all

Anonymous said...

three weeks ago a woman from my church invited my wife and I to a threesome. granted, she hadn't been in attendance in a while... nonetheless, church ain't all it's cracked up to be...

Anonymous said...

Maybe Obama can let them have
his copy, hs doesn't use it.

Anonymous said...

Praise Obama's name...do it now.

Anonymous said...

7:22, Where do you go to church, I am looking for a new place?

Anonymous said...

I suppose it would be okay if he was sentenced to attend a mosque. Then the libs would be singing the praises of this judge and talking about how thoughtful and transformational his decision was.

Anonymous said...

Prediction on the number of commentors who ask 7:22 what church he attends:

At least 1

Prediction on the number of blog readers who want to know what church 7:22 attends:

All

Anonymous said...

How was the threesome?Don't leave us hanging.Does your wife want to go at it again?COMEON

Anonymous said...

7:22, I have had the same thing happen. It does happen a lot more than you would think. FBC Decatur members are quiet on Sundays, but some screwin' horny goats come reunion time.

Anonymous said...

Reaching a bit Obama haters. Wise County is Little Oklahoma it seems. He can go to church as ordered, but if his heart is not right about it, it is just punishment. That is the reason anyway.

Anonymous said...

Uhh...I'm pretty sure Obama has read and regularly applies the Establishment Clause. You do understand that he taught Constitutional Law at a prestigious law school.

It's the right-wing Christians that can't seem to comprehend the Establishment Clause.

Silly Commenters.

Anonymous said...

I like what the judge did. I am an agnostic and the worst punishment I could imagine would be to attend Church.

Rex Kramer said...

I read this story on yahoo yesterday, I'm guessing most of the commenters didn't

Methodist said...

Looks like 10:09 knows the answer. Guess they will change the new member verbage from "....comes from a promise of a letter.." to "... comes for a promise of a threesome..."

DF Dr. Robert Jeffress said...

Oh, those silly little holier than thou Baptists. But, can you have a threesome without alcohol?

Southern Babteest said...

11:41

Just to be clear, all of mine involved alcohol!

DF Dr. Robert Jeffress said...

GOOD MAN.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully , while attending church that something will sink in to that skull of his!!!

Anonymous said...

This kid need's to be behind bars!!!!