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    Re: Is displaying the Declaration of Independence in government buildings and schools unconstitution

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    How many times are you going to repeat your bull****?
    I will keep pointing out your fundamental mistake in confusing the Declaration with the Constitution and the role of Jefferson until you admit your mistake.
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    Re: Is displaying the Declaration of Independence in government buildings and schools unconstitution

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    I will keep pointing out your fundamental mistake in confusing the Declaration with the Constitution and the role of Jefferson until you admit your mistake.
    You are in for a very long wait.

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    Re: Is displaying the Declaration of Independence in government buildings and schools unconstitution

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    You are in for a very long wait.
    Keep digging... you will soon be rewarded with egg rolls. In the meantime, add reading comprehension to your lack of knowledge about American History.
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    Re: Is displaying the Declaration of Independence in government buildings and schools unconstitution

    We are created. By our parents. Divine Providence notwithstanding, it's a historical document that endorses no religion and no dogma. There is nothing wrong with the document being displayed.

    However, I advocate against the shameless embrace of theocratic tyranny in many states that choose to display the ten commandments as a co-equal or supreme document over our constitution. If anything, the human moral code is far more in line with the articles of Confucius than it is with the exclusive ten commandments that engenders violence by establishing the supremacy of their god over all others.
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