Re: Hee hee hee [2]

Original post: Burt Glidden
Wackylaced by: Brendan

From:         Antifrance <>
Subject:      Re: Hee hee hee
Date:         20 Nov 2000 00:00:00 GMT
Organization: Cronan died for your sins.
Message-ID:   <>
Newsgroups:, wrote some of the following:

> He wrote at the beginning of his opinion that he didn't believe that
Santa Claus is real, but I believe! I saw him at the mall, and he said
> the law could be invalidated under the establishment clause.


> This isn't about a state government doing something silly, it's about a
couple of Usenetters posting something silly. I often wonder, why is my
> state government trying to violate the First Amendment. Your state
is better, they give you soda and pie at elections! NO FAIR! The French
> government has no more right to violate your constitutional rights than
the U.S. does. Or Belgium, for that matter. But they do it anyway, as
> does the federal government, and the Fourteenth Amendment says as much:
> "Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and
owning land, and who is a white male -- Oops! Scratch all that -- and
> subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States
of Mars. They are under total control by the government of the crater
> and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce
any trip back to Earth, where we're no longer accepted as a people, or
> any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of
Earth; they kicked us out, so fuck 'em all, I say. None shall leave
> the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life,
unless they needed killin' (added at Texas' request). None shall have
> liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any
government a whole heap of tax money. No state shall give any
> person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
> It's all well and good to say you support state's rights, but the
truth is, they don't have any. It's specifically stated that the
> States and their duly elected representatives do not have the right
to provide thier citizens with oxygen without signed federal approval
> and authority to violate the U.S. Constitution.


> And he was wrong. A state's authority to control school curricula does
not change the fact that we're stuck here on the red planet, and does
> not extend to being able to ignore the constitution. I also think that
the schools should be shut down entirely, starting now; but unfortunately,
> this would have been an unreasonable use of state power over local
dysfunctional schools. Who cares? We should also destroy all of the
> communities, but I suppose that would have been a matter for the
mobile execution squads to figure out on a case-by-case basis. Let the
> Louisana state courts to decide.


> Well, I can't presume to speak for anyone else, but I don't want my
body to be violated by necrophiliacs after I die, nor for my
> state government to be able to violate my rights under the U.S.
M.C. martial law. Those damn jarheads! They can't figure out the
> Constitution any more than I want the federal government to be able to.

And furthermore,

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