Originally posted by vivifyAmerica is great again!
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Having already made a .50-caliber sniper gun the official state rifle, Tennessee lawmakers on Monday gave final approval to making the Holy Bible the state’s official book.
The state Senate voted 19-8 in favor of the bill despite arguments by the state attorn ...[text shortened]... being placed alongside other state symbols such as the official tree, flower, rock or amphibian.
Originally posted by whodeyPutting to one side speculation about what President Obama might or might not think (or do) about this decision, do you think it's a good thing that Tennessee has made the Bible its "official book"?
So why is Obama not riding in on a white horse to fix this for you?
Originally posted by FMFI don't even know states sat around deciding what their official book should be. Moreover, I have no idea what this even means, do you?
Putting to one side speculation about what President Obama might or might not think (or do) about this decision, do you think it's a good thing that Tennessee has made the Bible its "official book"?
Originally posted by FMFAgain, what does this move do if anything legally?
So you would oppose this move by its legislature?
Originally posted by twhiteheadI was also curious about whodey's reasons for opposing it and he had several chances to make a point - if he wanted to - about possible constitutional issues surrounding a U.S. state like Tennessee making the Bible its "official book" but he chose not to.
But violating the constitution doesn't bother you at all I take it unless you think Obama did it.
Originally posted by whodeyNot trolling at all. Your initial comments in this thread were about Obama and suggesting that he violates the constitution. Yet when asked what you think about a law that violates the constitution enacted in a state you said nothing about the constitution and were more concerned about idiocy and tax payers money.
More trolling I see.