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    There is no such thing as "separation of church and state." It doesn't appear anywhere in the Constitution. Christine O'Donnell told me so. Also, I am not a witch, I am nothing you have heard.

    THINK! It's not illegal...yet. You can't spell Romney without M-O-N-E-Y

    by QwertyToo on Wed Feb 15, 2012 at 10:52:50 AM PST

    •  but there is a "Creator" (0+ / 0-)

      in the Declaration.( Creator was a word specifically chosen to satisfy the deists like Jefferson who would have objected to Christian God).  and the Declaration is close to the Constitution, so it counts as if it were in the Constitution.

      These Religious zealots who supposedly abhor theocracy (Sharia) actually want a theocracy (Christian, their particular brand).  They are currently co-opting the Catholic chrich and even the Mormons, but will drop them under the bus if they ever get enough power.

      The more sane of them have taken to referring to the "Founding Documents", to allow them to conflate teh Declaration and the Constitution.

      So in their upside down world, there is no Separation of Chruch and state in the Constitution, but there is a Creator...

      As my father used to say,"We have the best government money can buy."

      by BPARTR on Wed Feb 15, 2012 at 11:51:53 AM PST

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