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Hope4Zoe 6 Jan 23

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Without clicking on the link (I typically won't click on links in the original post.) and just from what I can see in the link -- it will never ever ever stand. The ACLU, etc. will be all over that in a heartbeat.

I'm soooooooo sick and tired of the bible thumping in this country.

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Yes, this IS an ACTUAL BILL put forth in the Mississippi legislature. I just did some fact-checking. It's HB1100 and was proposed by MS Senator Credell Calhoun, who is a Dem. I'm sure this will be challenged by the ACLU, and the FFRF, and perhaps others. There are people in Mississippi, albeit not the majority, who DON'T subscribe to this type of nonsense and who DON'T wish to see their children taught under such conditions and who realize that it violates the constitution. But perhaps those people might just choose, as did I, to finally vacate that benighted region altogether.

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How will a fascist law like this be challenged and beat in a court system where millions of dollars are being spent by right wing billionaires like the Koch brothers to elect imbeciles who do what they're told. The everyday people have to rise up and tell these douchebags that we're not taking it. I don't think we can rely on the courts, laws, politicians, or some asshole political messiah to deal with an insane power structure that is getting more insane all the time.

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I'll bet Alabama will watch this very closely.

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Who comes up with this stuff? i went to Snopes to fact check it and nothing came.

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I thought we had a law????

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That is ludicrous they need so many thing including teachers and they waste their time and tax dollars on this.

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Our country is imploding ...

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It won't stand up in court.

What are they going to do when a teacher refuses?

Way are people such idiots? But, on the other hand, Miss., Ala. and Fla. help keep Texas from looking like the absolute stupidest of the states. Or at least create some doubt.

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It's bullshit. A clear violation of the First Amendment and the FFRF will almost certainly pounce on this and win.

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Fuck that

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No problem. As long as they also daily are required to list the punishments for disobeying them(almost always death) and dicuss which of them are actually constitutional. (only two). The rest are not laws or in the case of the first two are clearly unconstitutional. Worship no god before me and don't take my name in vain.

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Someone just posted this. WTF are they doing?

Someone else just posted the same link on the same day at the same time?

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should be illegal, yet it is the bible belt, so not a shock.

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