Saturday, March 21, 2015

"In God We Trust" brought out the morons from Seattle.

One of the many idiocies opponents bound to be offended by our national motto engaged in was bringing outside groups who have no say, have no vote and have no relevance to this community in to flap their pie holes in support of leftist victimization.

From an article sent to me:
McCauley, meanwhile, made it clear that "In God We Trust" will be the only motto going up on the wall in county chambers. The council is not accepting any other suggestions despite several offered by those who protested posting the motto, he said.
That means a proposal by the Satanic Temple of Seattle for a plaque reading "E pluribus unum" is "definitely not going to happen," McCauley said. "E pluribus unum" — a Latin phrase meaning "Out of many, one" — is on the Great Seal of the United States and was the nation's unofficial motto before Congress adopted "In God We Trust" in 1956.
The Satanic Temple reached out to Stewart early in March, and has since urged its members to follow up with her and Councilors David Madore and Tom Mielke on the issue.
Lillith Star, head of the temple, said the group has received no response from the county.
"Clearly, we are not welcome and they have no intention of accepting our proposal, but we're going to go ahead and do it, anyway," she said.
It takes a special kind of stupid for outsiders who don't and never will live here (Like, for example, the Cowlitz Tribe land scammers) to come in to our community and tell us what we should do and how we should live when, in reality, it's really none of their business.

I was born in Seattle and raised in the area until I enlisted. 

I tell people that I'm from Seattle... and Seattle is a GREAT place... to be FROM.

Memo to local leftists: bringing in people who want to use your sort to further their cause?

Not smart.  But then, if anything, the left is tre gullible, n'est-ce pas?

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