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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Mick Jagger, Apr 7, 2008.
The words "Separation of Church and State" do not appear in the Constitution.
Thanks, Captain Obvious.
Was there a point you sought to make with that brilliant little gem?
The words "I'm a dumb fuck" do appear on the insides of people who support intergration of Church and State, however.
The Constitution does not contain the words "integration of Church and State?"
Good double post.
It doesn't have a Bill of Rights either.
Pretty crappy all round really.
The Bill of Rights was probably a mistake.
Sorry "the" constitution? - perhaps you might clarify whose constitution you are talking about... There being more than one in existance in the world at the moment.
The one for the U. S. of the A.
You failed. Utterly.
The only mistake here was anyone paying you the least bit of attention...but that's one easily remedied.
Apparently Mick Jagger uses bee stings to make his dick bigger.
Did you know that HG?
Thanks for contributing.
You say that like it's a bad thing, mate.
I did not claim it did. Try again.
And it was? Do enlighten us all.
I thought the constitution was mainly about the separation of the UK and the US.
The pharase is identified with the first ammendment, however it is stated basicly that there is free practice of religion. The actual phrase building a wall between church and state was written in a letter by Thomas Jefferson. It has subsequently been intrepeted by the supreme court. That said I feel that there is no wall between church and state in the US
The U. S. Constitution grants the U. S. Government no power whatsoever over religion.