Trollops in Black Robes

by Edgar Steele

29 June 2005

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My name is Edgar J. Steele and this is a Nickel Rant.

By now, most of you have heard of the recent US Supreme Court ruling which prohibits the display on courthouse walls of framed copies of the Ten Commandments. In a "watch this hand so you won't see us hide the rabbit with the other hand" magician's gesture, the Court also ruled that a sculpture of the Ten Commandments could remain on another courthouse's front lawn.

Inconsistent? Not at all. I've not yet gotten and read a copy of the decision, but I expect the ruling differentiates the two by calling the sculpture art and the framed Ten Commandment copies religious proselytizing.

The intentionally-confusing result is that most people won't notice that the Supremes really have banned God from the Courthouse.

I suppose that's because the Supreme Court Justices are chauffeured via limousine into an underground garage and ascend by elevator to their chambers, thus never get a chance to see the extensive Christian religious symbols and phrases, including the Ten Commandments, engraved onto all exterior and interior surfaces and doors of the US Supreme Court building! I've been there. I've seen them. If ever they enter by the front door, they will end up having to condemn their own building.

Look, is there really anybody left who naively thinks the American Constitution is anything but a dead letter? The law is whatever the courts, the Administration and millions of mindless bureaucrats say it is. And that changes from day to day, place to place and petty tyrant to petty tyrant. This is government by men, not by law. That's why the law keeps changing, of course, just like high-priced hookers (also known as trollops) change outfits to suit their current Johns. And there is a purposeful and very obvious trend and objective to the changes that have been taking place in our courts.

Honestly, I don't see one bit of difference between the impertinent effrontery of today's Supreme Court Justices and the wannabe welfare queens who abuse us down at the DMV. Just because somebody uses big words does not magically transform their intent to screw you for the pure pleasure of exercising power into something majestic or, even, legitimate. Frankly, I prefer the gutter-level honesty of the street trollop to that of the over-educated trollops wearing black robes and presuming to say "you live" or "you die" to the rest of us.

Let's get this clear, once and for all. It isn't rocket science. The Constitution says nothing about separating church and state. Nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Not one single blessed hint of separating church from state. What the First Amendment says is there shall not be an "excessive entanglement" of church and state. Apply the Court's reasoning to marriage and there would be no children born, ever again (complete separation, you see, instead of an entanglement that is excessive....yeah, it loses something when you explain it, I guess).

The framers of the Constitution actually took breaks to go outside and conduct group prayers for divine guidance while they were writing the Constitution! Didn't know that, did you? They wrote extensively as to their intent, which merely was to prevent repetition of what had happened in England with the Church of England taking over everything. No Church of America, in other words, running the government. Now, I don't know about you, but I think that is a far cry from banning framed copies of the Ten Commandments from America's courthouse walls.

But, then, nothing else matters when you consider yourself entitled to determine the fates of others. And you can do that only if you believe there is no independent, supervening force other words, if you are an atheist, which is precisely what our judges and government are: Atheists. Godless, mindless, pompous, ridiculous -- and nincompoops, to boot. The arrogance....excuse me...the Supreme arrogance of this recent ruling quite simply is mind boggling.

Now, here is the real irony of this ruling: With it, the Supreme Court has put the finishing touches on establishment of America's new state religion - and a particularly odious form of religion it is, too: atheism or, as our Zionist masters like to think of it, secular humanism. Secular humanism, or the worship of self, is the sine qua non of Judaism and an absolute prerequisite to the establishment of Jewish Noahide laws as the supreme law of the land throughout America, the world's newest and most powerful Jewish nation. Think not? Visit your local courthouse and review the names of the judges. Cruise through the "Attorneys" section of your local yellow pages and do the same. Research media ownership - all of it. Notice how many of those names rhyme.

And, should you disagree with what I just said, then honestly answer the following question: Exactly why are we in Iraq and Afghanistan? If you still disagree, then you weren't honest, were you?

My name is Edgar J. Steele. Thanks for listening. Check my web site at for other messages just like this one.


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