More on monuments -- Supreme Court
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Sat Nov 7 11:24:09 PST 1998
Well, I'll take the promotion to emperor offered by Rob Weinberg, but it is
Darrell, Price, Sogol and Weinberg who are choosing to play the role of tailor
in the story, since there is no honest fiber in their thread.
More to the point, however, is the priceless verbage of Price:
<<The Court also found the great seal of the State of Alabama, one
framed documetn and one portrait on the walls that have no relevance in
context or symmetry to the wall behind Judge Moore's bench where the
plaques hang. It is obvious that the sole purpose for the plaques
handing in the courtroom in such a fashion is "purely religious".>>
No relevance . . . in context . . . symmetry. Yes, these are the words of a
great decision on the Establishment Clause. If such decisions are to be
published in Architectural Digest.
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