|Finally, the debate over the separation of |
church and state is over forever. Uh, right?
|"Let's get one thing straight, I didn't tell |
him to pee on it. That part was his idea."
-Satan, wisely distancing himself
Speaking of pissing all over things, like say the First Amendment prohibition on the state endorsing a particular religion, fans of the monument promised to rebuild it using donated funds, citing a drop in idolatry and wife-coveting since the Ten Commandments went up.
|Before the monument, Oklahomans routinely worshiped |
idols while coveting the shit out out each other's wives.
|Above: it's either the statue of|
Baphomet or a standee from
Gamestop advertising Diablo III.
Satan and Michael Tate Reed Jr. might have given Oklahoma lawmakers the out they need. In response to the flood of me-toos, the State actually put a moratorium on new monuments, so if they stick to their guns and say they can't replace the Ten Commandments, they could save themselves a long, angry slog through the courts as well as a front yard full of deities which probably don't belong on Government property to begin with.
|For the record, Moses also once smashed the|
Ten Commandments but no one held him over for a psych evaluation.