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    I would. Luckily it's not hard to find one. You...

    I would. Luckily it's not hard to find one. You could have done it yourself if you were inclined. No, not like that. The Tennessee one explicitly refers to God.
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    Often implies not always.

    Often implies not always.
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    Thanks Terraceth. Are you assuming that the...

    Thanks Terraceth. Are you assuming that the reasons cited in judicial decisions are the actual reasons for the decision, and not just a post-hoc justification? Maybe I'm too cynical, but some SCOTUS...
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    You could try citing the surveys that show 30+%...

    You could try citing the surveys that show 30+% of Americans would support a constitutional amendment to make Christianity the official religion of the US. Or link to any of the several proposals by...
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    That's not the only difference the Bible...

    That's not the only difference the Bible mentions. You are playing word games yourself.
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    Ok. Your claim that abortionists do not...

    Ok.

    Your claim that abortionists do not attempt to educate people about the possible negative effects of abortion is not true. It takes only seconds to find websites that provide pregnancy and...
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    If the Bible is true and some are among God's...

    If the Bible is true and some are among God's chosen people then there is no "all are equal" - by definition. Different rules apply to others. Slavery is a perfect example of this.
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    That is simply not true...

    That is simply not true.
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    Both sides lie. Pro-choicers might use pictures...

    Both sides lie. Pro-choicers might use pictures of zygotes and pretend they are several weeks old, but pro-lifers have been known to claim pictures of late-term foetuses represent much earlier...
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    So those liberals would be "conservative"? I...

    So those liberals would be "conservative"? I think you're switching between two shades of meaning of "conservative". But no matter.I think this is two axes, not one.
    Why can't some-one both...
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    Then your fellows shouldn't write things like...

    Then your fellows shouldn't write things like this: "Trump's promise to replace liberal judges with conservative ones was a big issue to me.".

    Originalism makes sense to me, because language and...
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    Ok, I'll respond.I'm not sure how modern science...

    Ok, I'll respond.I'm not sure how modern science could possibly kick abortion's butt, unless you mean by pushing the date of foetal viability ever backwards. Ok, it's highlighting the time-line of...
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    Some were, some weren't. IIRC Roy Moore's...

    Some were, some weren't. IIRC Roy Moore's monument was bussed in secretly overnight, and no law was involved unless there was some budget for maintenance of it that was passed subsequently. But...
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    What's the point? You've all decided I'm lying...

    What's the point? You've all decided I'm lying anyway, so why bother?
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    Apparently the 14th amendment didn't pass.

    Apparently the 14th amendment didn't pass.
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    Sparko, I know what I meant and the above was...

    Sparko, I know what I meant and the above was what I meant. You can tell it was what I meant because I explicitly wrote "the laws" rather than just "laws".

    You can believe me or not, I don't care.
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    Yeah, I get it. You're too stupid to understand...

    Yeah, I get it. You're too stupid to understand the either difference between 'a law' vs 'the laws', or that removing one item from a group changes the group without changing any single item within...
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    Right. Negating one law (singular) changes the...

    Right. Negating one law (singular) changes the laws (plural).

    Just as removing one orange from a pile changes the pile even though it doesn't change any individual orange.

    Why is this so hard...
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    Ignorant statements such as "As long as the...

    Ignorant statements such as "As long as the government isn't making laws to that end ..."?

    Apparently you're unaware that state and county governments were making laws to that end. Specifically,...
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    I admit I don't know the process by which laws...

    I admit I don't know the process by which laws get removed when US courts strike them down. But everyone seems to agree that the courts can strike down individual laws. Are you saying that a law can...
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    I'm being called ignorant by some-one who doesn't...

    I'm being called ignorant by some-one who doesn't know that preferring or recognizing one religion over others is the definition of establishment.
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    No, it's not that. As usual you're assuming...

    No, it's not that. As usual you're assuming others' ignorance when the fault is your own failure to recognise subtle distinctions.

    The subtle distinction here being between "change laws", which is...
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    As usual you're assuming others' ignorance when...

    As usual you're assuming others' ignorance when the fault is your own naivete and failure to recognise subtle distinctions.
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    Example: the decision that allowing an official...

    Example: the decision that allowing an official monument to bear the 10 commandments, which are relevant to only a few religions, does not pertain to establishment of those religions.

    I would...
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    Thereby changing the laws (plural) by removing a...

    Thereby changing the laws (plural) by removing a law (singular).

    It's not so hard to understand.Scalia and Rehnquist's decisions, particularly the ones relating to establishment of religion,...
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