Supreme Court Must Allow Public Display of Ten Commandments

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Georgia-based E-commerce Entrepreneur Says Justices Should Base Decision on U.S. Constitution, which Validates the Enduring Power of Traditional Judeo-Christian Values

Ten For Us™ company founder Michael Welsh today appealed to all nine justices of the Supreme Court to decide in favor of allowing the biblical Ten Commandments to continue to be displayed on government property. “This whole specious ‘separation of church and state’ argument is nothing more than a secular smokescreen that is becoming easier and easier to see through as each day passes,” asserts Mr. Welsh. “I am convinced that the majority of Americans believe that God’s Ten Commandments are an integral part of who we are as a nation. Furthermore, “God’s Top Ten’ needs to be engraved in the hearts and minds of all Americans, as well as on public display in government-owned venues. We should know it, show it, live it.” Welsh continues: “What it boils down to is the fact that too many politicians and ultra-liberal runaway judges have forgotten that ‘We, The People’ are the government.”

Ten For US™ is a Web-based business centered on the Bible’s Ten Commandments. The company’s Web site addresses the very real and present threat of the eventual eradication of God's Ten Commandments from America's schools and public facilities by those who misconstrue the so-called “doctrine of separation of church and state." But, rather than assume a negative and combative position, Mr. Welsh has chosen instead to reinforce the Judeo-Christian principles espoused in God's Holy Word by helping remind Americans to "write His laws on the tablets of our hearts and minds." (http://www.TenForUS.com)

Background

Welsh--an accomplished, multidimensional Christian business executive, husband, father, and coach---recalls that the American Civil Liberties Union was a worrisome topic at a weekly Bible study in Evans last year. ACLU lawsuits to remove the Ten Commandments from government buildings in Georgia and other states had Welsh wondering how America’s Judeo-Christian heritage could be preserved. "Could we get ‘The Ten’ back into the public?" he asked. The Ten For US™ idea was born in that Bible study group; he, his wife Susie, daughters Alex and Grace, sons Daniel and Samuel, and several friends and associates have been driven to build this Bible-based business ever since.

More about Ten For US™

A portion of all revenue from the sales of "Ten For US™" merchandise is pledged to Mercy Ministries (http://www.mercyministries.com). In addition, "Ten For US™" plans to help support Jewish and Christian ministries on a project-by-project basis throughout the nation, with unique fund-raising opportunities and special incentives. For more information, call (706) 840-4030 or visit the Web site at http://www.TenForUS.com.

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