Thursday, February 23, 2006

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. - Gone to Pot.

No sooner does John Roberts get on to the Supreme Court than he becomes a liberal hippy freak. It seems though, that the religious community is to blame. The judgment is based on a law to protect them.
With an opinion by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., the decision was one of the most significant applications of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, a 13-year-old federal statute that requires the government to meet a demanding test before it can enforce a law in a way that creates a substantial obstacle to religious observance.
So I guess the lesson is that it is okay to enjoy hallucinogenic substances if you are not an atheist. And where is it that I need to go to convert? Does the initiation ceremony involve kissing Pat Robertson's ass or anything really nasty like that?


At Thu. Feb. 23, 11:00:00 p.m. 2006, Blogger Robert said...

Who knew that religious zealotry was so advantageous?

At Fri. Feb. 24, 09:49:00 a.m. 2006, Blogger Apesnake said...

If you sign up for several religions you can use the tea, the cannabis and the peyote. I feel holy just thinking about it.


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