Nine months after a federal judge barred the state from making legislatively approved plates with the religious message, Attorney General Henry McMaster says a similar plate designed by a nonprofit group is legal. The plate under review at the Department of Motor Vehicles reads http://www.IBELIEVEsc.net along the top. It features a golden sunrise and on the left, three crosses symbolizing the site where Jesus was crucified.
I am glad that all of South Carolinas problems have been solved. We can now tie up judges with stupid cases like license plates. Who cares? As long as the plates are privately funded, it does not matter what is put on the plate. They could have Jesus eating a baby for all that I care.
I am not sure why anyone would have a problem with their plate idea. Disgusting? Yes. Stupid? Yes. Laughable? Yes. However, South Carolina does have an “In Reason We Trust” plate that was sponsored by the Secular Humanists of the Low Country.
I wonder what it is like to live in the utopia that is South Carolina, where your biggest problem is what a death-cult wants to put on their plates with their own money. I guess that whole corrupt and hypocritical politician thing has been fixed.