02 June 2017

Religious freedom for some...

...or religious freedom for all...a little bit of Africa

This week, Arizona man Sean Corbett won an important victory for his proud, storied religion. The member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster successfully attained a state driver’s license while wearing a colander on his head.

RELATED: What is a religion anyway?
Last month, the Department of Defense (DOD) announced that it will officially recognize a large host of small religions, including Humanism, Heathen, and even the Church of the Spiral Tree.


Anonymous said...

old white guy says..............stupid is stupid no matter who is doing it.

Jaedodrax said...

Okay, so he needs to wear an ineffective tinfoil hat at all times. Let every traffic cop in his area know what vehicle he drives, to insure that he looks like his picture.

Neo Conservative said...

i'm actually groovin' on the point this guy is making... if you're gonna extend special privileges to one religion, you have to do it for all.

pastafarians are as much of a religion as scientologists.


Bill elder said...

The real test of reclaiming your freedom is putting a pair of home made plates on your vehicle that say "This car is the personal property of XXXXXX"

- and when pulled over you hand the traffic cop a hand scrawled paper that states you are personally responsible and liable for all your actions and do not need state registration of either your car or your self to enforce this upon you......and that nowhere in the common law realm does it force you to unwillingly go into property sharing deals with the state --- or allow the state to hold the free use of the crown hiways for ransom to a common citizen using them only for personal transportation...tell them the highway traffic act statue only applies to the government, those in their employ, or those under contract with the state...it does not affect free citizens acting within the civil realm of common law

Explain that to a traffic court judge or any other Kanga and if the heads don't explode and they start wisperin' "we got one here who knows" then prepare for the leviathan state to attempt to squash a defiant fly with the sledgehammer of totalist action worse than that reserved for murderers or terrorists.

Just because they let a prankster with a collander on his head go once in a blue moon doesn't mean they will give up the con game of property conversion through registration and licencing.