SOS Kemp Supports Georgia’s Involvement in Ten Commandments Case

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, also a candidate for Governor, issued the following statement in support of Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr’s decision to have Georgia enter into an amicus brief in support of protecting the Ten Commandments displayed on the lawn of the City Hall in Bloomfield, New Mexico.

Sec. Kemp:

“Georgians know the Ten Commandments are not only God’s law, but also the country’s moral code. I fully support Attorney General Carr’s bold leadership on this issue and will work with him as governor to protect our Constitutional Rights and defend our conservative, Georgia values.”

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Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

If the Ten Comandments were truly the “country’s moral code,” then we wouldn’t have a President that has violated Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, and 10 with frightening regularity and no apparent remorse.

Note: I’m using the John Calvin numbering and not the numbering from the Talmud so as to better reach the non-Jewish crowd.

CalmlyBallistic
CalmlyBallistic

“Georgians know the Ten Commandments are … the country’s moral code” – No, they’re not. Of the 10 commandments, 2 are outright illegal to break in Georgia: Murder and theft. Bearing false witness is hazy – not all lies are illegal, but if you’re defining just as perjury, sure, 3 Commandments that are put-you-in-jail illegal-if-you-break-them-illegal in Georgia. Adultery in Georgia is a misdemeanor with a $1,000 fine. It’s not illegal to work on Sunday. It’s not illegal to have other gods. It’s not illegal to take the Lord’s name in vain. It’s not illegal to covet. It’s not illegal to… Read more »

Noway2016
Noway2016

You know, I cannot wait to see all of the Christian Bashers go literally apoplectic when Roy Moore becomes Alabama’s newest senator!!! MA (really) GA!

bethebalance
bethebalance

It is odd that an issue abt a Ten Commandments statue is re-surfacing at the same time as Moore’s most ambitious race.

rickday
rickday

I’m sorry. Sorry that you are the type of person that orgasms at the thought of someone acting constitutional (Establishment Clause).

*golf clap*

Christians like you are the reason I think most Christians are immature demons. Keep up the good work by example, your god would be proud (and angry and jealous and a myriad of other non godly emotions).

Your god should be named Emo.

Noway2016
Noway2016

Meds, Ricky, meds!! And then… Back to that spider bong!

MattMD_actual
MattMD_actual

Why would anybody in Georgia be apoplectic if that buffoon is elected Senator?

Thank God for Alabama!

Noway2016
Noway2016
xdog
xdog

Do click through and count the pols, including my congressman and our governor.
http://www.tencommandmentsga.org/
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To me these guys are like the 2nd Amendment types you see parading up the aisles of your local market–I mean they’re right and they’re pita fetishists at the same time. Both groups should grow up.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Three of the five pols in the first photo were Tommy Benton, Jody Hice and Ralph Hudgens. I saw no need to look any further.

rickday
rickday

If only the State of GA would put up a 10 commandments monument. But they would have to establish a ‘fiction section’ of the grounds.

Baphomet watches with keen interest, and Kemp is marked as a Jesus Voter™ Panderer.