Tuesday, December 21, 2004

God Asked to Answer Roy Moore in the Negative

Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore recently said that he is considering running for governor in 2006. "I'll be praying about it and considering it," he told reporters. Moore said that if he returns to politics, it would "more than likely" be as a Republican. (CNB believes him on that).

In November 2003, Moore lost his day job for defying a federal judge's order to remove his 5,280-pound Ten Commandments monument from public display in the state judicial building. He appealed his ouster to the U.S. Supreme Court, but lost. He did, however, win the 2004 Outstanding Service to the Conservative Movement from the University of Mass. Republican Club, so you cannot take that from him. He also wrote a poem, Our American Birthright, so there.

"Nothing will play into my decision but what I feel God would have me do and what I feel the people of the state of Alabama need," Moore stated.

You know, Mr. Moore, you could just build houses with Jimmy Carter, which certainly seems to show Christian values. CNB bets God would like it if you did that. If God is reading this, please ask Mr. Moore to do that rather than inflict himself upon the nice people of Alabama.