For people who carry pocket copies of the Constitution around, Republicans sure do hate the Establishment Clause.
The ethics committee report laughably argued that “her actions would have been equally offensive and disrespectful if it had been the Book of Mormon, Qur’an, or any other religious text.” Religious texts that, according to NPR, do not exist in Arizona’s House lounge.
Seems like someone ought to put a Qur’an in the fridge and see what happens.
Just googled her. The fact that she’s a preacher makes it funnier.
For her next gag, maybe she SHOULD bring in those other texts and leave them lying around. I applaud her.
Something tells me it won’t be anything like frozen peaches.
Preachers can sometimes be the best practical jokers.
Next step is clearly to start swapping out the Bibles with copies of the Quran, Book of Mormon, 6th Grade Science Books…the usual
Don’t forget about The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
How about a kind of ‘Go Fund Me’ drive to donate religious books to her?
Their god sure is.
All you need to do is make sure the cover says “the Bible” and no one would notice, because they obviously don’t read the socialist drivel that’s inside.
Or cover other books with a Bible book cover.
This is exactly what I was thinking. Add a Book or Mormon, a Qu’ran, The Seven Tenants of Temple of Satan and The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to the same table and sternly censure anyone who tries to move them around for room to make notes about any legislation or other trivial duties.
The Cold Testament
FREEDOM for me only
Came here to suggest that!
Yet these same Republicans will get excited over next year’s Easter egg hunt.
Do they still do those? I guess maybe the eggs are just dyed red, black, and white to avoid being woke?