Tuscaloosa Bans The Bible
Tuscaloosa City employees won’t be allowed to carry their Bibles to work:
It seems Tuscaloosa city officials have a problem with their employees showing up to work with [Bibles].
The City Council will vote on an ordinance that could codify the issue in writing, and employees could be subject to being fired for violating the rule.
The City Council’s Administrative Committee voted unanimously Monday to forward an ordinance to the full council that would prohibit city workers from bringing [Bibles] to work.
If passed, all city employees . . . would be banned from having [Bibles] on their person while at work.
They also would not be allowed to have a [Bible] in a city-owned vehicle, nor in their own vehicle if parking on private property.
And if they’re driving a car somewhere on official business, they can’t have one there, either.
Ha ha. Just kidding. They’ve only banned guns. And that’s O.K., because unlike the First Amendment, the Second Amendment doesn’t really count, right? I know, I know, the Second doesn’t apply to the States, but that’s part of the same problem – the Second Amendment is the red headed step child of the Bill of Rights.