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Should Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore have been suspended for not removing a Ten Commandments monument after a federal court ordered him to do so?

Asked at Free State Brewing Co. on August 23, 2003

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“He should have been suspended. While he’s entitled to have his own view, in his capacity as a judge he should uphold the Constitution.”

“I don’t think that he should have been because there comes a point where one needs to be able to express their beliefs without getting reprimanded. It’s obvious that the Constitution was built on the Ten Commandments.”

“I think the most important thing would be separation of church and state, especially for the chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. For him to put that above the Constitution is a big problem.”

“It’s just another excuse to use our tax dollars in tying up courts. It never ends.”


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