Saturday, October 23, 2010

Sex with ducks, redux

In which life imitates art. Or they imitate each other, or they're all one thing. (Was Pat Robertson mentored by Christine O'Donnell?)

More, coming soon to a theatre near you.

PS: Commenters using the well-known rhyming expression about this bird will be permanently banned.

[NSFW? Who knows anymore?]


david said...

Sorry those words do not appear in the constitution that what she was trying to explain to the smirky dummy,but the leftmedia tried to spin it.i guess it all boils down to who you believe.

Adam C said...

It's funny, really. For years the Christianists have been trying to convince people that separation of church and state isn't in the Constitution based on that extremely narrow definition (i.e. that the exact phrase doesn't appear). Now one of the people they fooled proclaims it in front of an audience that knows better, and the rest of them are left grasping at straws to pretend she's not a fool.

Dr.Dawg said...

See? Semantics. The Establishment Clause defines the separation of church and state.

"Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?"she asked. Answer: in the First Amendment.

Note that she doesn't ask about the words 'church' and 'state.'