Many in Congress are troubled by the decision and intend to do something about it. One of them is Rep. John Hostettler, R-Ind., who said the "unco
June 29, 2005

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Many in Congress are troubled by the decision and intend to do something about it. One of them is Rep. John Hostettler, R-Ind., who said the "unconstitutional decisions" by the high court do not have to be tolerated by either Congress or the White House. "Congress can remove funds for the enforcement of this unconstitutional ruling," he said. "And the president, in his executive prerogative, exercising his executive prerogative, can, as we say, just say no to the court."...read on"

As Cole says "They don't understand that we must display the Ten Commandments everywhere, because God would want it that way." I've always believed that the problem with this country is there are too few mentions of God and the Ten Commandments in our public schools too. I'm proposing a new amendment hereby stating that there must be as many pilars of truth erected in the cafeteria as there are Cirque de Soleil's in Vegas. Its "God's Circus Politics" after all. Hostettler is the new RIng Leader

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