On May 9, 2014, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court unanimously ruled that the words under God may remain in the pledge of allegiance. This constitutes a powerful reminder that this state has seven idiots in our SJC, none of which would publicly state their religious beliefs. If they did, we would break up into hysterical laughter. The case was Doe v. Acton-Boxborough Regional School District.
Did you ever notice that religious idiots in public life would never stand up and say I'm a catholic or I'm a protestant. They are all pussies with nonsensical beliefs.
The Chief Justice is Roderick L. Ireland and the other six idiots who ruled on this are justices Francis X. Spina, Robert J. Cordy, Margot Botsford, Ralph D. Gants, Fernande R.V. Duffly and Barbara A. Lenk. All seven of the idiots agree that a God, a Supreme being exists. All seven are extraordinarily pathetic idiots and have been victimized by the Dunning-Kruger effect.
By the way, it is not a coincidence that the word Supreme shows up both in Supreme Being and Supreme Judicial Court. I do believe they merely consider themselves an extension the Supreme Being.
Chief Justice is Roderick L. Ireland stated Reciting the pledge is a voluntary patriotic exercise, but it is not a litmus test for defining who is or is not patriotic. The schools confer no privilege or advantage of patriotism . . . to those who recite the pledge in its entirety.
As a militant atheist I have to ask why recite the pledge at all. The pledge is not a harmless ceremony, but remains a means of indoctrinating children into theist beliefs. Translating this more loosely, they are attempting to shove their gods up our ass.
Justice Barbara Lenk stated A reference to a supreme being, by its very nature, distinguishes between those who believe such a being exists and those whose beliefs are otherwise.
Note that this idiot does not have a shred of proof that such a being exists but yet, they shove this creature into every one of our orifices, because they are stupid enough to believe in such a being that rules the universe without a shred of proof across the span of 2,500 years.
How can anyone have any level of credibility in a court system that believes in fictitious creatures that control the universe.
While I'm on the topic of the Dunning-Kruger effect, and feedback, do you really think that the idiots in the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court would ever have an open public discussion about the Supreme Being? Of course not! They would be eviscerated and we would have so much more late night comedy material to work with.
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