Thou Shall Not Funk With Monument
Local part-time college professor, full-time extreme leftwing blogger Kurt Hochenauer (Okie Funk) is objecting to spending tax revenue on state monuments which include the Ten Commandments.
Newsflash for Funk...
June 2005- The Supreme Court ruled that a public presentation of the Decalogue among other monuments on the Texas State Capitol grounds in Austin did not amount to an unconstitutional government promotion of religion.
The majority justices said that while the Texas display was an acknowledgment of a sacred religious text by the government, the public exhibit did not cross the line into impermissible proselytizing. The vote in the Texas case was 5 to 4.
Hochenauer is forever concerned about the "separation of church and state", but has no problem with combining his left-wing liberal politics with the indoctrination of students all paid for (including his salary) by the same tax revenue he seems so concerned about... now that is funky.
11th Commandment... "Thou Shall Not Funk".
| 'The Commandments have a proper place in our civil history.'|
- Justice Antonin Scalia