Congress in contempt again.

L. Xal. 001

At His Desk, Where He Should Really Be Bothering To Get Some Real Work Done

December 17, 2007.

WHEREAS our elected legislators in the House of Representatives and the Senate have sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America and to adhere to the principles upon which it is founded;

WHEREAS the Christian religion, as established and endorsed by the government of England, was one of the things our forefathers sought to escape by founding our nation and drafting our Constitution using the precise language they chose (c.f., The Constitution of the United States, First Amendment);

WHEREAS Christianity has engendered such vile offspring as Fred Phelps and Pat Robertson and Kent Hovind, who epitomize the bigotry and willful ignorance embraced by Christianity IN DIRECT OPPOSITION TO the science-, equality- and progress-minded goals professed by our enlightened forefathers;

WHEREAS drafting a Resolution (c.f., H.Res.847 for the 110th Congress) “recognizing the importance of Christmas and the Christian faith” is an attempt to legislate the endorsement of a religion and one of its spectacularly commercially abused and abusive holidays: Now, therefore, be it

    RESOLVED, that Laszlo Xalieri —

    1. recognizes that the House of Representatives has engaged in a tremendous waste of time while they were supposedly on duty solving serious problems;
    2. expresses superlative displeasure at the flagrant disregard of the letter and spirit of the charter that is the Supreme Law of the Land by those who are sworn to uphold it;
    3. emphasizes that it outside of the duties and responsibilities of our elected representatives in Congress to acknowledge, respect, or endorse any religion, especially one that does not also, in exchange, acknowledge, respect, or endorse the principles of equality, enlightenment, progress and tolerance by which such an embodiment of rustic backwardness and intellectual anathema is permitted to thrive; and
    4. holds in contempt, more so than usual, the Body of the House of Representatives and in particular the drafters and signatories of H.Res.847.



December 17, 2007 · by xalieri · Posted in Everything Else  


One Response to “Congress in contempt again.”

  1. mcsnee on December 18th, 2007 4:47 am


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