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#1 Apr 03 2013 at 8:04 AM Rating: Excellent
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A bill filed by Republican lawmakers would allow North Carolina to declare an official religion, in violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Bill of Rights, and seeks to nullify any federal ruling against Christian prayer by public bodies statewide.
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Overtly Christian prayers at government meetings are not rare in North Carolina. Since the Republican takeover in 2011, the state Senate chaplain has offered an explicitly Christian invocation virtually every day of session, despite the fact that some senators are not Christian.
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House Bill 494, a resolution filed by Republican Rowan County Reps. Harry Warren and Carl Ford, would refuse to acknowledge the force of any judicial ruling on prayer in North Carolina – or indeed on any Constitutional topic:

"The Constitution of the United States does not grant the federal government and does not grant the federal courts the power to determine what is or is not constitutional; therefore, by virtue of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, the power to determine constitutionality and the proper interpretation and proper application of the Constitution is reserved to the states and to the people," the bill states. "Each state in the union is sovereign and may independently determine how that state may make laws respecting an establishment of religion."
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The bill goes on to say:

SECTION 1. The North Carolina General Assembly asserts that the Constitution of the United States of America does not prohibit states or their subsidiaries from making laws respecting an establishment of religion.

SECTION 2. The North Carolina General Assembly does not recognize federal court rulings which prohibit and otherwise regulate the State of North Carolina, its public schools or any political subdivisions of the State from making laws respecting an establishment of religion.

Eleven House Republicans have signed on to sponsor the resolution, including Majority Leader Edgar Starnes, R-Caldwell, and Budget Chairman Justin Burr, R-Stanly.

So that's what North Carolina is up to today.
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So is this going to be an "original intent" thread or a "current interpretation" thread?
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My threads should always be viewed as original intent as I am infallible and omniscient and my words shall be just as binding in two hundred years as they are today.
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Article 5 of the NC Constitution wrote:
Sec. 8. Disqualifications for office.
The following persons shall be disqualified for office:
- First, any person who shall deny the being of Almighty God.

Seems the requirements to be a God-fearing law-maker in NC are already in place. Might as well let them pray.
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I'm still in that phase where you've drunk enough coffee to be awake but not enough to be fully aware, so I read that as "Any person who denies being the Almighty God" and for a moment considered running for office.
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"Any person who denies being the Almighty God" and for a moment considered running for office.

Also accurate. Pretty much required to be a megalomaniac to aspire to any sort of higher office in the US.
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2011 ruling of the 4th US Court of Appeals wrote:
]Free religious exercise posits broad religious tolerance."

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Does religious tolerance include non-religious tolerance?
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We have both types of religion here. Protestant and Catholic.
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We have both types of religion here. Protestant and Catholic.

Lutheran and Methodist. We don't want no dirty Papists and the Baptist church is full of coloreds.
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We have both types of religion here. Protestant and Catholic.


Where are you at, Ireland?

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So in addition to the long list of things politicians already lie about we get to add "believing in God."
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So in addition to the long list of things politicians already lie about we get to add "believing in God."

Most of them already lie about that. Not like you're going to win an election in NC being an Atheist at the moment. You have to pretend a lot of things in US poltics. That you are "in touch" with a class of people you never see and don't care about, that you believe in the Judeo-Christian god, that you think various meaningless concepts are "critically important" education, opportunity, etc.

Running on the "Mostly I want to acquire more personal power and wealth" platform hasn't shown to yield good results.
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First two totally different and not similar in any way possible I thought of.
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In other sigh-worthy Republican shennanigans, Florida's GOP-controlled senate passed a bill banning all "drug paraphernalia" today (things such as pipes, bongs, and vaporizers). Apparently one of the few exceptions are wooden pipes. Ban takes effect on July 1st.
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In other sigh-worthy Republican shennanigans, Florida's GOP-controlled senate passed a bill banning all "drug paraphernalia" today (things such as pipes, bongs, and vaporizers). Apparently one of the few exceptions are wooden pipes. Ban takes effect on July 1st.
Rolling papers?
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Many people use rolling papers to smoke tobacco, so not likely. That's why wooden pipes were excluded as well. Oh well, we can all lol later if they actually spend money hunting and smashing people's bongs.
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Many people use rolling papers to smoke tobacco, so not likely. That's why wooden pipes were excluded as well. Oh well, we can all lol later if they actually spend money hunting and smashing people's bongs.


More likely it'll be leveraged against all those occasions when someone's pipe tumbles out of their glove compartment during a pull-over.
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Can you smoke meth out of a wooden pipe? I fear for the panhandle's economy.

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Many people use rolling papers to smoke tobacco, so not likely. That's why wooden pipes were excluded as well. Oh well, we can all lol later if they actually spend money hunting and smashing people's bongs.


More likely it'll be leveraged against all those occasions when someone's pipe tumbles out of their glove compartment during a pull-over.


??? As if that wasn't already the case? Pipes and "water pipes" are not legal to smoke marijuana out of in states where marijuana isn't legal. You can "collect" them but any presence of marijuana residue is obvious and incriminating. A dirty glass pipe falling out of someone's glovebox is reasonable cause to search your car anyway. This is just making the sale in the state illegal, as in head shops are unable to sell the pieces, and if you're caught importing them you could be in trouble.

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Many people use rolling papers to smoke tobacco, so not likely. That's why wooden pipes were excluded as well. Oh well, we can all lol later if they actually spend money hunting and smashing people's bongs.


More likely it'll be leveraged against all those occasions when someone's pipe tumbles out of their glove compartment during a pull-over.


??? As if that wasn't already the case? Pipes and "water pipes" are not legal to smoke marijuana out of in states where marijuana isn't legal. You can "collect" them but any presence of marijuana residue is obvious and incriminating. A dirty glass pipe falling out of someone's glovebox is reasonable cause to search your car anyway. This is just making the sale in the state illegal, as in head shops are unable to sell the pieces, and if you're caught importing them you could be in trouble.


Okay, you caught me - I only skimmed the thread. Smiley: glare
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It's okay, you skimmed the thread and thought you could get a jab in at me, but in attempting to do so exposed your own ignorance, allowing me to gain the upper hand again. Don't worry, it happens often to the most mediocre of us.
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I figured you all would just make bongs out of watermelons or something.
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I'd never tried smoking thru a watermelon. Apple bongs were hard to make. Toilet paper roll pipes were easy to make - and easy to destroy. I used them a lot as a teen.
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What else are apples good for?

Cider?

Edited, Apr 3rd 2013 11:42am by someproteinguy
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someproteinguy wrote:
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Cider?

Edited, Apr 3rd 2013 11:42am by someproteinguy
Temptation?
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Cider?

Edited, Apr 3rd 2013 11:42am by someproteinguy
Temptation?


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#29 Apr 03 2013 at 1:09 PM Rating: Excellent
I'm just a silly Brit .... but why is a state religion required when it's been absent for so long? I am presuming this is just a news creating, hardline, vote winning ploy?
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They saw Arizona going **** insane and decided to get on that bus.
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They saw Arizona going batsh*t insane and decided to get on that bus.

North Carolina: Arizona of the East Coast

You're free to use that one, NC Chamber of Commerce.
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/shrug It's a standard 10th amendment argument. Not really anything new. Nothing in the proposed law mandates anything regarding religion, much less Christianity as suggested in the article. It simply says that the 1st amendment only restricts Congress from passing such laws, not the states. Honestly nothing wrong with the states rights angle at all. I just think they automatically make themselves targets for precisely the kind of backlash seen here when they foolishly focus on the 1st amendment rather than stating the issue in more broad terms.

Much ado about nothing really. In the midst of all the real problems going on right now, a somewhat stock declaration like this isn't that significant. It's just as meaningless as a state legislature deciding out of the blue to declare that they really do have a right to secede.
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In other sigh-worthy Republican shennanigans, Florida's GOP-controlled senate passed a bill banning all "drug paraphernalia" today (things such as pipes, bongs, and vaporizers). Apparently one of the few exceptions are wooden pipes. Ban takes effect on July 1st.


There goes about half of the local business around here. Smiley: oyvey
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sometimes I really hate my state Smiley: glare
Fortunately, this will in no way pass. Unfortunately, it's an utter waste of tax dollars that could be used elsewhere needed while some GOPs have a tantrum after being told they could not continue to have public prayers in places like school. It's also coming from a backwards, rural part of NC where even a lot of those who live there are appalled that this was brought up.

The person responsible for this can be reached here if you want to tell him how much of an idiot he is: Carl.Ford@ncleg.net
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Seriously?

Ok, not that hard to make I suppose. They just didn't work for crap - at least not compared to other easier home-made smoking contraptions.
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Seriously?
Ok, not that hard to make I suppose. They just didn't work for crap - at least not compared to other easier home-made smoking contraptions.
You're really underestimating the ability of pot turning people into Macguyver.
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Honestly nothing wrong with the states rights angle at all.

Other than stare decisis since the Civil War, no, nothing.
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You know, people spend a lot of time making fun of Quebec, but really, our one special little snowflake pales in comparison to the 20 or so special snow flakes you guys have. Glad to not be American and having to acknowledge I share my nationality with so many windowlickers.

Land of the Free indeed! Free to infringe upon others!
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Glad to not be American and having to acknowledge I share my nationality with so many windowlickers.
One of our problems is that everyone else sends their windowlickers to us. Like Justin Bieber.
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Now that I think about if, if we keep sending our windowlickers to you, if it's not our fault yet, it soon will be.

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You know, people spend a lot of time making fun of Quebec

Mostly other Canadians. WE don't discriminate down here, if you're from Vancouver, we assume you're named Le Fleur and only care aboot Hockey, Curling and maple syrup. The reality that you're probably named "Chang" doesn't really matter to us.
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Now that I think about if, if we keep sending our windowlickers to you, if it's not our fault yet, it soon will be.

Edited, Apr 4th 2013 10:33am by Uglysasquatch
And you'll pay the price. When the confederacy attempts to re-establish itself and threatens our liberal way of life with it's stash of guns, we're all be exiling to Canada. We'll be bringing our guinea hens, pigmy goats, volvos and Kennedys with us. Personally, I'll be getting four horses and heading for Jasper, AB in search of that Rocky Mountain high.





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You know, people spend a lot of time making fun of Quebec

Mostly other Canadians. WE don't discriminate down here, if you're from Vancouver, we assume you're named Le Fleur and only care aboot Hockey, Curling and maple syrup. The reality that you're probably named "Chang" doesn't really matter to us.


and beer. I know a lovely asylum Canadian who lurves her beer
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Beer is the one language pretty much everyone understands, though.
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You know, people spend a lot of time making fun of Quebec, but really, our one special little snowflake pales in comparison to the 20 or so special snow flakes you guys have.

That's still a pretty big snowflake.

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Personally, I'll be getting four horses and heading for Jasper, AB in search of that Rocky Mountain high.

Too far north. Any place where -30C doesn't break some record isn't going to fly. I'll hide in Vancouver, at least I know I can do the rain thing.
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Fine, I'm just to lazy to go out and buy a block heater for my car. Smiley: bah

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and beer. I know a lovely asylum Canadian who lurves her beer

Yeah, but she drinks Newcastle. Nothing says Canadian like northeast England.
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You know, people spend a lot of time making fun of Quebec, but really, our one special little snowflake pales in comparison to the 20 or so special snow flakes you guys have. Glad to not be American and having to acknowledge I share my nationality with so many windowlickers.

Land of the Free indeed! Free to infringe upon others!


Hey now, Quebec isn't all bad. Friday me & my groomsmen head up there for a long weekend of booze, strippers, & Bruins. Ya, the french-canadiens can be rude to us english speakers, but your strippers pretty much make you touch which is a big no-no south of the border.
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