THE BC AND GW MULTIDIMENSIONAL GOLF COURSE SATIRICAL ALLEGORY: GOD AND THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE J A TRACT BOOK

BY ANTHONY J. FEJFAR

© Copyright 2005 by Anthony J. Fejfar

Bill Clinton and George W. Bush are teeing of on the 14 the hole of the the multidimensional Mahoney Golf course in Lincoln, Nebraska. the honor of teeing off first, GW,” said BC. GW. “I believe you have

“Thanks BC, I appreciate it,” said

GW proceeded to hit a nice fairway shot ten yards short of the green. “Nice “Thanks,” said GW. BC then hit a good fairway shot 15

shot, GW,” said BC.

yards short of the green. They both chipped on.

As GW lined up his putt, BC asked, “Say, GW, what do you think of this pledge of allegiance case out in California?” “Well, BC, I don’t have a problem with

saying the word God in a public school. I just don’t see the problem.” replied GW. “What about the Constitution and the separation of Church and State?” asked BC.

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“Well, BC,” said GW, “the Constitution refers to the signing date of the Declaration of Independence, and, the Declaration of Independence specifically says that it is self evident that God the Creator created all persons with certain inalienable rights, including Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. So, in my opinion since the Declaration of Independence refers to God, and, since Constitution refers to the Declaration, then the Constitution refers to God by reference.” “So, you’re saying that if the Constitution refers to God by reference then it’s o.k. to put God in the pledge of allegiance and have it recited in public schools.” Said BC. “That’s the idea,” said GW. “That’s interesting. Your putt Mr. President.” Said BC. And the game continues.

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