Roy Moore: SCOTUS Murdered God reports:

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore told a church crowd on Sunday that the U.S. Supreme Court “destroyed the institution of God” by legalizing same-sex marriage. Moore, who made national news when he ordered the state’s probate judges to withhold same-sex marriage license in violation of a federal judge’s decision, addressed a congregation of about 150 people at Magnolia Springs Baptist Church in Theodore.

“How do they come out now and say that marriage, which is ordained by God, doesn’t mean what it’s always meant, between a man and woman?” Moore said. “Not between two men, two women, or three women and one man. “See, they don’t have a definition. They’ve just destroyed the institution of God. Despite what they think, it’s not their doing. Satan drives us. He’s out there destroying everything God created including us as human beings.”

Throughout his 35-minute speech, Moore sprinkled in biblical passages and religious quotes written by the framers of the U.S. Constitution as proof that the United States is a Christian nation. He spoke in support of his non-profit, the Foundation for Moral Law. Following his speech, he sold and signed $20 copies of his book “So Help Me God,” and $5 pamphlets that featured speeches and writings from the founders of the United States.

The Foundation For Moral Law openly advocates for turning the United States into a Christian theocracy ruled by “biblical law.”

  • Mark

    Dominionism is alive and well and must be stopped.

  • Paula

    His gawd is an artificial construct that constantly evolves to fit the interpreter’s beliefs, So, STFU, Roy!

  • Justin


  • Gustav2

    “Following his speech, he sold and signed $20 copies of his book “So Help Me God,” and $5 pamphlets that featured speeches and writings from the founders of the United States.”

    I’m shocked he is trying to make money off of this deeply held belief! Shocked!

    • Doug105

      Wonder if any of these were in that pamphlet.
      35 Founding Father Quotes Conservative Christians Will Hate

      • Great link, thanks!


      I thought Jesus threw people like him out of the Temple. 🙂

      • David Walker

        Yes, but that was then; this is now. If you have the sheep, fleece ’em.

        • Lawerence Collins

          Here’s a pic of the conservative Jesus

    • rextrek1

      Grifters gotta’ Grift

    • clay

      Would it shock you that he also gave a paid speech this weekend to the OSA, a recognized hate group?

      • Gustav2

        Prime grifter time.

      • People4Humanity

        I’m wondering if all Judge Roy’s outside earnings from speaker’s fees and book sales get reported to the IRS? Does the state of Alabama think it’s getting full measure of its salary paid to Moore? He appears to have plenty of free time for outside activities.

  • Dale Paris

    So his gawd is less powerful than a group of 5 people that know how to apply logic. I would bet it can’t stand up to 1 person utilizing critical thinking.

    • People4Humanity


  • Herald

    So god is now an institution and not a being. Plus god is not all powerful because SCOTUS is so powerful it can destroy god – the institution. Judge Moore just revealed his knowledge of Christian theology and the Bible is even worse than his knowledge of US law and the US Constitution. Even worse these people are so ignorant they lap it up.

    • Gustav2

      And unless the government preaches their particular religion their faith is gone.

      • Philly Mike

        Yes, religion is as delicate as a piece of toilet tissue.

        • Mikey

          and just as stained.

        • Dramphooey

          God bruises like a grape.

    • AW

      So wait… does that mean that SCOTUS is actually God? Have we all had it wrong this whole time?

      • Holy Spirituality! I think you’ve cracked the code!

      • David Walker

        In “Angels in America, Part 2,” Prior goes to heaven and discovers that god has given up and has left. A counsel of angels has taken charge. Maybe SCOTUS is that desk-bound band of angels.

        • GC

          Not with Citizens United and Hobby Lobby it isn’t!

          • Ginger Snap

            Even the ugly guy/chick needs to get thrown a bone every once and awhile.

  • BradCav

    Wow. He has so little faith in God.


      Puny God !

    • Maurine

      Didn’t they all pray for days before the SCOTUS decision?
      They just didn’t like the answer to their prayers 🙂

  • Blake Jordan

    How exactly does one kill something that never existed?

    • Rich Farias

      Crap… you beat me to it…

    • Ginger Snap

      You just have to stop believing.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    God is dead ? Will there be a funeral ?
    Oh god is he gonna pull that 3 days and I’m not dead no more trick ?


  • One Myth At a Time

    Murdered God? I thought the motherfucker was omnipotent. What kind of ‘god’ allows itself to be murdered? Roy Moore appears to be destroying theological myths faster than his fellow fucktard Fundagelicals can create them.

    • D. J.

      Guess those commandments can come down now.

  • Judas Peckerwood

    Game over then, no?

    • David Walker

      Can’t be. There’s still money to steal. And maybe pay his son’s legal and rehab costs. (Or is this finally jail time for the sonuvabitch?)

  • shellback

    In other words, Satan is more powerful than god.

    • barracks9

      For certain, Satan dresses way better than god, and throws MUCH better parties.

      (And good morning, SB – good to see you!)

    • People4Humanity

      Always was. Forever will be. Inshalla. Allahu Akbar.
      Ah, men!

  • Tor

    SCOTUS also killed God with integration and interracial marriage. He’s truly most sincerely dead now.

    • Tedd

      Triple, extra, double-dead now!

      • D. J.

        How unfortunate for Caleb……

      • Soren456

        Triple-dog dead.

    • Blake Jordan

      Cat God?

    • vorpal

      …but he’ll be back ANY DAY now. Not only can they feel it, but diddling chicken entrails guarantees it prophetically!

    • clay

      Who got the shoes?

      • People4Humanity

        Ginger Snap was first on the scene.

    • Ginger Snap

      I’d like to see the long form death certificate. While you are at the records dept could you grab a copy of his long form birth certificate too? The birthers are asking for both.

  • Ninja0980

    Who needs to worry about ISIS when we have POS like this in power?

  • Robert Rodriguez

    Can some explain to me how this man is sill in office? He clearly will make legal decisions that are Bible based and not the rule of law.

    • charliebkk

      But it’s Alabama. That is what they want.

  • BudClark

    I thought it was the Romans …

  • Octavio

    Moore is ignoring that God wishes him to die, too.

    • Clive Johnson

      That is a chink in the theological armor, isn’t it?

  • bkmn

    He’s all yours Alabama. Don’t let him out of the looney bin you call a state supreme court again.

  • popebuck1

    For someone who is supposed to be all-powerful and all-knowing, their version of God falls apart over the stupidest little things.

    • D. J.

      Needs some Prozac, but with Roy yapping, I understand why.

  • JT

    Your big guy is pretty impotent if one of his institutions can be so easily destroyed. Time to get a new one, bubba. Maybe Baal?

    • Nah, if we are hiring new gods, its time to go back to earth based religions. They honor the earth, which we could use right now, to help clean things up. And they respected both male and female “energy” equally understanding that both are needed for a tomorrow.

      • Clive Johnson

        A book that my s.o. and I are reading together right now, and which I’d recommend to any secularist, is Dark Green Religion: Nature Spirituality and the Planetary Future, by Bron Taylor. Despite being a naturalist and materialist, I’m finding much to agree with in it.

        • That looks interesting! I’ve downloaded a sample, thanks!

          • Clive Johnson

            If you by chance downloaded Chapter 1, please note that it gets better after that! The first chapter seems to necessarily delve into a discussion of scope and definition, and a result it might be fairly dry. Later on he presents all sorts of wonderful prose selections and philosophical descriptions.

          • The sample size varies on the length of the book, starting with the title page of the book. I’m ok with dry, as long as I’m interested in the subject matter. I’ll let you know what I think of the book.

  • sherman

    Right wing extremists like this should be held accountable for their hate propaganda. The Charleston massacre, violence against the LGBT community, Oklahoma City, and an almost endless list of other atrocities do not happen in a vacuum. People like Moore, Faux News, and right wing hate radio were responsible for the genocide in Rwanda.

    The first half of the 1990s brought home with violent force the ways that broadcasting, primarily radio, could be used to encourage, justify, incite and support violence, particularly in regional or civil conflicts. Even before the ghastly example of RTLM, Serb and Croat radio and TV, especially local stations like the Serb one in Knin, had shown how radio and other media could be used for ends other than informing people of news and information.

  • bkmn

    Damn, we all missed the rapture!

    • David in Tucson

      Apparently he did, too!

  • bryan

    The pixies, fairies and leprechauns are still alive.

  • Dramphooey

    Five Dollar Pamphlets: the institution of Grifting is alive and well among Christians in this nation.

    • bkmn

      Going to start calling him Judge Roy Whore.

      • D. J.

        His wife Kayla is already answering to it……

  • bambinoitaliano

    If SCOTUS can murder god, you are picking the loser. Perhaps try another brand like Thor?

  • JT

    What are the necessary grounds for impeachment of this neanderthal?

    The court shall be convened to hear complaints filed by the Judicial Inquiry Commission. The court shall have authority, after notice and public hearing (1) to remove from office, suspend without pay, or censure a judge, or apply such other sanction as may be prescribed by law, for violation of a Canon of Judicial Ethics, misconduct in office, failure to perform his duties, or (2) to suspend with or without pay, or to retire a judge who is physically or mentally unable to perform his duties. Taken from the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, Amendment 581, §6.18.

    • bkmn

      Failure to follow established law. Encouraging public servants to break the law. Being a general asshat.

      • D. J.

        1) check
        2) check
        3) check

    • kdknyc

      That’s happened to him once already! It had to do with a 10 commandments sculpture in a state building.

      • William

        Someone left the door to the padded cell unlocked.

  • Bluto

    hey roy, so you admit that your now dead god was a weak ass PUSSY?

  • bambinoitaliano
  • Sk3ptic

    This tool just admitted to the world that his life is one big grift. If you can kill a god with an idea, a law, a construct of the mind, then that god is just as intangible.
    Let’s give him the Dawkins Award for the Advancement of Rational Thought.

    • David Walker

      Best of all, having done that, he sells his book to the dumbstruck and/or awestruck sheep. This man of no morals has found his calling. Truly.

      • People4Humanity


  • sherman

    Perhaps if they had a moral god, it would be concerned about the multitude of atrocities occurring all around the world. Yesterday I watched this heart wrenching video of torture of Eritrean refugees:

    Since Europe closed its borders in 2006, thousands of Eritrean refugees have fled their military dictator-ruled country towards Israel. The only way out is across the Sinai desert in Egypt. There, many are kidnapped by Bedouin smugglers and taken to camps where they are tortured and raped as they are forced to call their relatives begging for ransom for their release.

    But Moore’s fucking god is worried about selling a cake to someone.

    • Well of course! Moore’s god is only interested in America, geesh!

      • RoFaWh

        A lot of the goobers are unaware that other sovereign nations exist.

  • Doug105

    “How do they come out now and say that marriage, which is ordained by God, doesn’t mean what it’s always meant, between a man and woman?” Moore said. “Not between two men, two women, or three women and one man.
    Ya, we can tell a true christian by how poorly they’ve read the bible.

  • bambinoitaliano

    God has become the most lucrative pirated product in America. Not even the fake designer bags you bought on the streets off Asians night markets outsell it.

  • William

    Have you been putting LSD sauce on your Jesus chicken?

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      Do you have a recipe?

      • William

        You have to get one from an old Earth Mother-Hippie Mama.

    • People4Humanity

      Jiggery-pokery applesauce.

  • geoffalnutt

    It was a ‘mercy’ killing. Ours.


    “Adressed a congregation of 150 people”. SCOTUS addressed a nation of 300+ million. I’m sorry, SCOTUS wins


    SCOTUS ruled that the marriage of a man and his own cloned transgendered rib is not the only form of marriage accepted under American civil law.

  • AtticusP

    Oh, yeah?

    • zhera

      Commie Reagan!

      • PLAINTOM

        As Governor, Ronnie signed no-fault divorce into California law.

    • John P.

      Well, he was right about something. Perfect quote to throw back at them!

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      But Saint Ronnie is the one who gave the keys of government to Fallwell and his ilk. Speaking out of both orifices?

      • People4Humanity

        It was Nixon’s deal to Edgar Kaiser and his Kaiser-Permanente insurers and hospitals that spiraled medical “care” down the drain:

        How Kaiser Permanente and Nixon changed healthcare in the US… topic posted Sat, June 23, 2007 – 7:25 PM by Unsubscribed

        Kaiser Permanente was the first hospital to run “for profit”…

        Imagine if our firefighters decided to run their fire stations “for profit”.…t_of_1973:

        This is a transcript of the 1971 conversation between President Richard Nixon and John D. Ehrlichman that led to the HMO act of 1973:

        John D. Ehrlichman: “On the … on the health business …”

        President Nixon: “Yeah.”

        Ehrlichman: “… we have now narrowed down the vice president’s problems on this thing to one issue and that is whether we should include these health maintenance organizations like Edgar Kaiser’s Permanente thing. The vice president just cannot see it. We tried 15 ways from Friday to explain it to him and then help him to understand it. He finally says, ‘Well, I don’t think they’ll work, but if the President thinks it’s a good idea, I’ll support him a hundred percent.’”

        President Nixon: “Well, what’s … what’s the judgment?”

        Ehrlichman: “Well, everybody else’s judgment very strongly is that we go with it.”

        President Nixon: “All right.”

        Ehrlichman: “And, uh, uh, he’s the one holdout that we have in the whole office.”

        President Nixon: “Say that I … I … I’d tell him I have doubts about it, but I think that it’s, uh, now let me ask you, now you give me your judgment. You know I’m not to keen on any of these damn medical programs.”

        Ehrlichman: “This, uh, let me, let me tell you how I am …”

        President Nixon: [Unclear.]

        Ehrlichman: “This … this is a …”

        President Nixon: “I don’t [unclear] …”

        Ehrlichman: “… private enterprise one.”

        President Nixon: “Well, that appeals to me.”

        Ehrlichman: “Edgar Kaiser is running his Permanente deal for profit. And the reason that he can … the reason he can do it … I had Edgar Kaiser come in … talk to me about this and I went into it in some depth. All the incentives are toward less medical care, because …”

        President Nixon: [Unclear.]

        Ehrlichman: “… the less care they give them, the more money they make.”

        President Nixon: “Fine.” [Unclear.]

        Ehrlichman: [Unclear] “… and the incentives run the right way.”

        President Nixon: “Not bad.”

  • Clive Johnson

    An unthinking and ignorant fanatic, as well as a bigoted rat bastard.

    If these clowns ever got control of the main branches of government, we’d have another civil war on our hands.

  • Rich Farias

    You can’t kill something that never existed in the first place…

  • MikeBx2

    A quote from the article which I shall entitle “The hairy leg test”.

    “Except it will come down to things like when you take your little girl to the girl’s bathroom and you wait outside and you see some guy with hairy legs going into that bathroom, what are you going to do? What are you going to do? Are you going to stand back and let that guy go in the bathroom with your little girl?”

    • zhera

      Throw a razor at him and all will be ok?

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        LOL, good answer

  • oikos
    • Clive Johnson

      My motto.

    • Joe in PA

      Why do I keep thinking about mustache rides? Hmmmm.

      • oikos

        Come over here. I’ll keep you out of trouble. 🙂

  • KQCA

    Christian theocrats keep reinforcing that:
    * they don’t really trust God will work everything out.
    * they don’t really believe that “prayer changes things”
    * they don’t really have inner peace
    * they don’t really love or even like anyone outside their groupthink tank
    * they derive pleasure from berating others
    * they love war, weapons, power, and wealth

    Okay, okay, okay, you’ve convinced us. Now shut up while humankind steps over you and moves forward.

  • Bill

    His god sure sounds like a loser.

    An all-knowing, all-powerful god. Destroyed. By a few people in black robes?

    Who would worship such a weak and pathetic god?

    • John P.

      I think ‘He had it coming, he had it coming…’

    • D. J.

      He’ll get revived by the guys in white robes, but they have to wear their hoods for the ceremony.

  • djlee

    Marriage predates Christianity you fool! Talk about changing marriage.

  • LovesIrony

    The younger Moore has faced drug charges on two other occasions, according to In 2013, he pleaded guilty to drug-related charges in St. Clair County and was sentenced to probation. In 2011, he was charged with drug possession and driving under the influence in Crenshaw County.

    • People4Humanity

      Some people abuse substances to avoid reality. ¿Caleb?

  • Phil

    Instiitution of God? You mean to tell me God is a bureaucracy? You worship a bureaucracy?

    • RoFaWh

      The RCC is definitely a bureaucracy and is the oldest such organization with a continued existence since, roughly, 400 CE.

      • People4Humanity

        So, that means it’s a corporation.
        … and corporations are people.

  • zhera

    A SC Chief Justice being a grifter for Jesus. Excuse me, I need to puke.

  • BobSF_94117

    Between these shows of his and his recusal, I assume he’s running for governor.

  • Javier Smith

    We’ll pray for your god.

    • D. J.

      Meanwhile, can we smite the shit out of him???

      • Evidently.

        • People4Humanity


  • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

    This sludge creates a smudge on the judiciary.

  • Stubenville

    Ow, I hurt my eyes by rolling them too hard. Can I sue Roy Moore?

  • Mawm

    Problem is, though, they didn’t shoot him in the head.

  • TexPlant

    what a nut!

  • Michael Hampton

    Like Starnes, if you want to be a preacher, be one. But you can stop pretending that you are a politician now. It’s getting sad. We’re concerned.

  • Cuberly

    So his own son gets 3 DUIs, the mother laments the situation and asks that the family have their time to address the obvious troubles their offspring has. And of course they ask for prayers of support. Obviously their kid (in his 20s) has some serious problems.

    But Moore insists the big G has thrown in the towel because the geh can marry. Which btw doesn’t do an ounce of harm to him or his family.

    Can anyone explain the very selectively peculiar version of compassion these people practice?

    • David Walker

      Sure. It’s like the twig’s “compassionate conservatism.” It doesn’t exist and it sounds so nice.

      • Cuberly

        The empathy deficit of certain small insular communities never ceases to astound me.

    • jmax

      Easy. Compassion and forgiveness is reserved for Christians.

      I was raised in a very strict Baptist home, and it always amazed me how some of the people I knew honestly believed that if something bad happened to YOU, it was because you sinned and were being punished by God. But if misfortune happened to THEM, God was “testing their faith”. And not one of them ever saw how hypocritical that was.

      • Cuberly

        There’s a degree of sadism in that isn’t there? Reminds me of how certain people attacked Treyvon Martin’s parents after his murder. So freakin twisted.

        • jmax

          For people who claim to follow a religion of peace and forgiveness, they do take an unusual amount of pleasure in seeing other humans suffer.

          • Cuberly

            …to be honest they don’t mind suffering some themselves. But of course most of that tends to be self inflicted or fictional.

          • jmax

            Living in the U.S., it’s kinda hard to find someone to persecute you for your faith. So sometimes you just gotta do it yourself if you want it to get done right.

          • RoFaWh

            Xtianity lacked a Buddha in its early days to forbid the practice of austerities.

  • Davidjs

    When is the funeral and will it be televised? And can I make a donation to my local LGBTQ organization in lieu of flowers?

    • D. J.

      According to Jewish law the funeral was to be held within 24 hrs. of death.

      • RoFaWh

        I have to hand it to the Jews. When they have a funeral, there’s no question what’s going on. It’s not a “celebration of the life of…”, nor is it intended to let the local military cadets strut their stuff as pall bearers.

        It’s to bury a dead body. Simple as that. Short and dignified, but honoring some very ancient traditions. The rending of clothes is replaced by black buttons with black ribbon attached to clothing, the ribbon then torn. Everyone at the graveside is invited to throw some of the soil onto the coffin. The coffin itself is nothing very durable and I suspect the body isn’t embalmed.

        There was a period in my life when quasi-official responsibllities led to my attendance at a number of funerals, and the one Jewish funeral I attended (of an AIDS victim I’d known) was the only one that wasn’t offensive in some way.

  • Bruno

    KENTUCKY: Ms. KKKavis didn’t even bother to show up!

    • David Walker

      Well, shit. So much for the courage of her convictions. Speaking of convictions, will this entail any jail time?

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      The latest post indicates she is formally served. Does that mean that she had received a social invitation before?

      • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

        Now, the judge is questioning defendants:

        • Bruno

          Good sign, hopefully: “She doesn’t have to bless anything. She’s signing it because she’s the county clerk.”

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            20 min ago: Judge Bunning: ““She doesn’t have to bless anything. She’s signing it because she’s the county clerk.”

          • Bruno

            Sorry, I had edited my comment and included that post too.

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            No need to apologize… this sounds excellent. I seems the bun lady will get a Bunning.

          • Bruno

            Can’t. Look. Risk being turned to stone.

          • RoFaWh

            Her hair is crap, but it’s not made up of snakes. Yet.

          • Bruno

            The snakes are invisible, like her “God.”

          • William

            Definitely a Pentecostal.

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            I’ll take your word for it… haven’t had much contact with that cult.

          • William

            We have all sorts around here. The Pentecostals are scary, they always have an air of superiority and disapproval about them.

            The Mennonites are quite friendly. They don’t judge others and are very friendly. Given the choice, I’d rather do business with them.

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            Mennonites have nice cookbooks. 📘🍖🍝🍲🍳🍞🍰🍪

          • People4Humanity

            Definitely a Walmart SALE! shopper.

          • People4Humanity

            Ouch! This photo — It BURNS!

            Why will no gay man help with her wardrobe?

            Oh. It’s she.

          • DavidR51

            I am thinking she must go to Hobby Lobby and buys her materials there for her clothes she makes. Obviously her job as country clerk does not pay that well. As a result, she buys dress patterns to save money instead of buying clothes at Wal-Mart or TJ Maxx. She dresses like she lives in some very low income housing or a cheap mobile home in a town called Dog Patch.

          • People4Humanity

            I 💘 love how you say, “her job as country clerk. It’s helpful to be reminded she is in some gawed-forsaken backwater, where people must have to fend off wild animals in dark of night. Your reference to Hobby Lobby is key, as one of the Green family members likely personally hand-blessed the bolts of fabric, arriving by container from China.

          • Bruno

            We’ve got this I think: Judge Bunning on @ACLUofKY case: “I took an oath to uphold the law…The Supreme Court made its ruling. From a constitutional, 14th amendment perspective, there’s a fundamental right to marry for both same-sex and opposite-sex couples…I am here to uphold the constitution.” ‪

      • David Walker

        “So chic you hardly can read it.”

        • Stubenville

          “Au contraire, you must accept!”

          • David Walker

            “Oh, no!”

  • KnownDonorDad

    If this were being spewed on a street corner by a man with a large placard, it would be bad enough…but this is a sitting state supreme court chief justice. What an embarrassment for this country.

    The Foundation For Moral Law openly advocates for turning the United States into a Christian theocracy ruled by “biblical law.”

    Sounds like sedition to me.

  • Queequeg

    The comments on the article are mostly just as idiotic as his comments. No wonder Alabama is as shitty as it is.

  • Steverino

    So God was institutionalized, and SCOTUS destroyed it, and now he is on the loose again? Yikes!

    On the other hand, perhaps this is a good thing. The fundies had him institutionalized for years, and now that he is free, he can give his blessing to gay couples who want to get married.

  • TexasBoy

    Apparently his all-knowing, all-powerful omnipotent sky fairy super being isn’t all that after all.

  • KQCA

    News flash, Roy baby; the “Institution of God” is an asylum for the criminally insane.

  • TreGibbs

    Marriage isn’t ordained by God. Marriage is ordained by the state. I’m getting REALLY tired of idiots either ignorant of, or just plain lying about God, The Bible, religion in general, etc.

  • Richard Rush

    The problem in Alabama is not really Roy Moore. The problem is all the people who voted to return this theocrat to the Supreme Court after he had been thrown out.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      Both. I would also add the less insane, but lazier, people who didn’t bother to vote.

  • GC

    Any god that can be murdered or destroyed isn’t much of a god, is he?

  • Blake Mason

    I can’t imagine how many of his judgement have been purely Bible based.

  • billbear1961

    You bombastic monstrosity and hypocrite, advocate of biblical cherry-picking and outrageous double standards, it’s your hateful, simplistic and primitive ugliness that is “murdering God,” i.e. dragging religion through the sewer and driving decent people away from the churches that spew it, and many away from religion altogether.

    • RoFaWh

      Those consequences you list: they are not a bad thing.

      • billbear1961


        But if I were a believer, I’d be very upset about what people like Moore were doing to the reputation of my faith, and I’d speak out against them in defense of the true teachings of Christ.

  • Jan Wesselius

    I noticed that the background has a photo chopped Declaration of Independence. Like Moore would know what it stands for. HA!

  • Ummm…spoiler alert!

  • Ginger Snap

    So it only took 5 Supreme Court Justices to destroy your god he must be a real wimp. Now that god is dead maybe humanity can finally move forward.

  • teedofftaxpayer

    He must be coming up for re-election before long. He has to pander to the masses and make money off it. Someone needs to “slap his hands” again.