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Get Ready to go to Montgomery, Alabama

 

 Get Ready to go to Montgomery, Alabama

We will Stand with Judge Roy Moore - If there is an attempt to remove the Ten Commandments at the Alabama Supreme Court, we will join our brothers and sisters in Montgomery, Alabama. Be ready!

We will not sit idly by while God's standard for all of life (the Ten Commandments) is being assaulted by rebellious men in black robes. They know not whom they serve. The devil himself could not have conjured up a more diabolical plot.

Though these commandments are written in granite, they are also written in the heart of every man. A government may be able to, by force, remove the granite stone that sits in the rotunda of the Alabama State Supreme Court but it cannot remove the law written in the hearts of men. We are calling all Law abiding men of God to stand with Judge Roy Moore and keep the law of God in the face of the rebellious lawbreakers who sit on the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore vowed yesterday to keep a 2½ ton granite monument depicting the Ten Commandments in the rotunda of the judiciary building in Montgomery, in defiance of a federal appeals court order to have the testimonial removed.

"We must defend our rights and preserve our constitution," Moore told reporters. "For the federal courts to adopt the agenda of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and to remove the knowledge of God and morality from our lives is wrong."

Moore, who penned a treatise regarding his battle to retain the monument in this month's Whistleblower magazine, WND's monthly print publication, says he's not sure if he'll ask the federal courts to rehear his case or appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, CNN reported.

On Tuesday, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta ruled unanimously that the monument must be removed from the judiciary building because it represented a government promotion of a particular religion, in violation of the First Amendment.

Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore vowed yesterday to keep a 2½ ton granite monument depicting the Ten Commandments in the rotunda of the judiciary building in Montgomery, in defiance of a federal appeals court order to have the testimonial removed.

"We must defend our rights and preserve our constitution," Moore told reporters. "For the federal courts to adopt the agenda of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and to remove the knowledge of God and morality from our lives is wrong."