What a Maroon

So, now the nimrod who embarrassed his daughter with his lawsuit about the Pledge of Allegiance has talked cohorts into embarrassing their children with him.

An atheist who sued because he did not want his young daughter exposed to the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance has filed another lawsuit — this time with other parents.

In the latest challenge filed Monday in Sacramento federal court, eight co-plaintiffs have joined the suit, and all are custodial parents or the children themselves, Newdow said.

The plaintiffs’ names have been withheld from the lawsuit.

“It’s because of the potential adverse impacts of having your name on a case like this. That’s why they are not named,” Newdow said Wednesday.

So, they do not name themselves. That’s says alot about their convictions. And, perhaps I may be going to far here, but, since this is a suit against the United States of America, do we, the People, not have a Constitutionally guaranteed Right to face our accusers? Of course, the Sixth Amendment is about criminal prosecution, but should that not apply in civil suits?

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3 Responses to “What a Maroon”

  1. I think it says less about their convictions than it does their fear of retribution. Maybe even says something about the vociferousness of the Right when it comes to these kind of issues that they should fear.

  2. Ogre says:

    I think it mostly reflects on their cowardice.

  3. Naturally, Ogre. Naturally.

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