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Originally posted by MissinCali MissinCali wrote:

Ahhh!! Get a bumper sticker..

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Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

LOL

She must be bored as hell do sue nj for some dumb sh*t like this
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Originally posted by Sang Froid Sang Froid wrote:

So they review the plates personally?
Yep that's an issue.


mayve been the only one to see the real problem here.
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ive got one for her

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Maybe people don't realize that you have to sue to compel the government to change its policy.  She didn't just right out sue them either.  She tried to contact them first assuming it was a mistake.  They repeatedly brushed her off.  The state can't give preferential treatment to any particular religion (or lack thereof even).  If they made it to where no one was allowed to do it, this would even be an issue.  For the people complaining that she's doing too much...they went out of their way to ban the word knowing it's unconstitutional.  Things don't get changed...even the small, seemingly irrelevant stuff..without making a fuss.  It's the principle of the matter and the message it sends.  

By the nature of our very existence, we're not "objectionable"...I'm objectionable for a whole host of other reasons, thank you very much.  Evil Smile
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Originally posted by JasmineE02 JasmineE02 wrote:

Maybe people don't realize that you have to sue to compel the government to change its policy.  She didn't just right out sue them either.  She tried to contact them first assuming it was a mistake.  They repeatedly brushed her off.  The state can't give preferential treatment to any particular religion (or lack thereof even).  If they made it to where no one was allowed to do it, this would even be an issue.  For the people complaining that she's doing too much...they went out of their way to ban the word knowing it's unconstitutional.  Things don't get changed...even the small, seemingly irrelevant stuff..without making a fuss.  It's the principle of the matter and the message it sends.  

By the nature of our very existence, we're not "objectionable"...I'm objectionable for a whole host of other reasons, thank you very much.  Evil Smile
 

I think what's interesting here is that some of the responses in this thread reflect the majority mindset where unequal treatment for a minority class is usually met with "I don't see what the big deal is". I mean these are black folks that understand the problem of unequal treatment for minorities, no matter how minor, and the effects of having that treatment institutionalized by the government in any way.  They get it.  But when given a chance to be in a majority position over another minority group, in this case, atheists, suddenly none of it makes sense all over again.


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I think it's because we're grumpy goats. Cry

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Originally posted by JasmineE02 JasmineE02 wrote:

I think it's because we're grumpy goats. Cry


Hilarious, and that's exactly how I like my coffee.  No kidding! LOL
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I wonder if "ATHIEST" was also banned? or taken??

eta: as much as I disagree with atheism, the state of NJ set themselves up for this one. But I also wonder, how far can freedom of speech go? Can people use hateful/racist language on their plates?


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