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I never saw the similarity between Judge Moore not removing the Ten Commandments and racist state schools until the New York Times did it's job of not reporting opinions but facts. Right. "...by announcing that he will obey the law." And what law would that be? Hmmm?

"My guess is that Moore will reject those offers and attempt to defy the lawful order of the federal court. "

And that law would be? Hmmm?

"Should he defy the federal court Moore will violate both his sworn oath to uphold the constitutions of the United States and Alabama..."

It would? How? The constitutions of the United States and Alabama do not allow such a rulling to be made. Obeying the federal court would violate his oath.

[Update: for those interested more links.]

"If Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's Ten Commandments monument were allowed to stand, it would mean a massive revision of how the courts have interpreted the First Amendment for years."

And this should be read.

Tim Lytle [08/19/03 16:49:48] | 7 Comments | Point