Roy Moore Leading The Blind Astray

Today’s newspaper reports that Roy Moore, (previously) Alabama’s “Ten
Commandments” Supreme Court Chief justice is following in my footsteps
declaring his approbation for and the virtues of the United States
Constitution. His biggest concern is his perception that the states
should have more authority than now afforded by the federal
government. He is the Republican nominee to regain his old job…and
likely will.

The trouble with Roy Moore is his track record doesn’t really speak to
the sincerity of his concerns. As a matter of fact, if it’s one thing
the State of Alabama is really good at, it’s speaking out of both
sides of the mouth at the same time. Roy Moore is about like that too.

In my estimation Roy’s allegiance to Old Testament theology is not
only a violation of Church & State separation, but also an indication
he would like to use the law, like many religious zealots use the Old
Testament, to justify any violation of individual rights he would find
most convenient to advance what is essentially an extension of the
Bush dynasty’s neo-Nazism – apparently if not transparently, led by
the oil company aristocracy that is deeply entrenched in Texas
plantation style “benevolent dictatorship.” The old testament has been
used, after all, to make all sorts of ridiculous assertions that God
is somehow in favor of slavery, that only those who meet Church muster
shall be saved, and persecution of the wayward(?) must be God’s plan
to learn them compliance – all in direct contradiction of God’s
simplified plan for the moron’s who don’t get it – New Testament

Most of us conservative citizens intend that state autonomy results in
individual autonomy. He and I might actually overlap in regard to what
sin is in some cases. But, it still isn’t his job to go around
whoopin’ the wayward into his perception of moral compliance. I’m not
interested in juvenile discussions over how law is about morality
because killing someone is a sin and it’s the same thing. Duh. It’s
about respecting individual rights over mob rule by the heard, AND
over mob rule by the mob.

He might like to claim that’s what he means. My observation of the
State legislature, and his own wayward behaviour indicate otherwise.
In fact, I’ve noticed the State legislature often pulls the Romney
flip floppin shuffle setting the stage to inappropriately deny
individual rights while convincing the public they are only fighting
the intrusions of the federales.

argue about the US Constitution until you at least ratify it and join
the Union to begin with. Your shit stinks nearly as bad as Mitt Romney
and John Roberts. The moon is not made of bleau cheese. You are poison
for the Republicans and you are poison for the State of Alabama.

And most importantly… you are NOT Jim Casey! MOO!!!

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