This is unimpressive and incendiary, and I believe this can also be categorized as blasphemy. This was unprovoked, and you really should weigh your words because they are careless.Thanks. Here's one you might tolerate, written for those who want to claim that America is founded on biblical principles, or who want to post the Big Ten in the courtrooms :
The Ten Commandments fit the United States like $10 shoes, from the first, where we install the "almighty" dollar as an idol, to the last, when we rely on covetousness to turn the wheels of commerce. We keep the Sabbath holy by shopping for bargains and allow and excuse false witness for advertising and political spin. We have been casual about killing for a nation that believes in "Thou shall not kill." And as for adultery, we apparently couldn't have a Congress without it. Beyond all that, we revere the Ten Commandments to shreds. Tom Blackburn
You're a loose cannon, and I don't need to threaten anyone, but you really should be careful of the consequences, and these are not consequences dished out by me either.
The 10 Commandments don't need to be placed on stone engravings to tell people what is right, but because people's hearts have turned to wickedness and perversion why they are engraved and placed high as a reminder, but like stubborn, rude little children, you all still fail to listen. The excuse"I didn't know" can no longer be an option for you.
You would only hope I do so, but something tells me you wouldn't try that in person. Just saying.You should. If I offend one ear, turn the other ear.
Though this is sarcasm of the highest order, I still wonder why you above all others can't see it too.That's because they're silly and superficial, and you're deep and serious. Anybody can see that.
That's entirely up to you so no need to seek my approval.That sounds frightening. Maybe I should submit.