Larry Crowder’s Truth Is Marching On

Former state Sen. Larry Crowder of Alamosa, on a sugar high following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade with the nod from Justice Clarence Thomas for society to “reconsider” all kinds of personal freedom precedents, is calling for the Ten Commandments to be posted publicly at area universities:

 

It probably won’t be Alamosa or Trinidad, but the test case to roll back this particular separation of church and state is coming from somewhere. Displaying the Ten Commandments in a public school setting was declared unconstitutional in the 1980 Stone v. Graham decision, but as we know today there’s no such thing as “settled law” with Donald Trump’s Supreme Court.

All we can say is, remember the Sabbath–and stash those graven images.

9 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. kwtree says:

    Let’s crowd source the current GOP 10 Commandments to help Ol’ Larry out:

    1. Thou shalt have no other God than Trump.

  2. Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

    It sounds like the Second Coming of Roy Moore.

  3. JohnInDenver says:

    Just curious … has Larry Crowders made it clear WHICH version of the 10 Commandments he favors?

    Actually several different traditions exist regarding how the commands should be enumerated. Jewish tradition considers verse 2 ("I am the Lord your God") to be the first commandment and verses 3-4 ("no gods before Me" and "no idols") as the second. Roman Catholic and Lutheran traditions consider verses 3-4 to be the first commandment but separate verse 17 ("don't covet your neighbor's house; don't covet your neighbor's wife") into two commandments. Protestant and Reformed traditions consider verse 2 a prologue and separate verses 3-4 into the first and second commandments, retaining verse 17 as one command.

  4. Conserv. Head Banger says:

    Larry Crowder was more effective when he was providing meaningful votes to support some environmental issues at the Legislature.

  5. Gilpin Guy says:

    Those whacky religious extremists.  Sharia law comes to Colorado with a twist.

  6. spaceman2021 says:

    FFS.  This nation is doomed

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