“In addition to the constitutional issues with the bill, my personal feeling is that this bill trivializes the Bible, which I believe is a sacred text,” Haslam (R) wrote in a letter to the speaker of the statehouse.
“If we believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God, then we shouldn’t be recognizing it only as a book of historical and economic significance,” continued Haslam. “If we are recognizing the Bible as a sacred text, then we are violating the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Tennessee by designating it as the official state book.”
Fonte: The Washington Post
O Senado ainda pode anular o veto do Governador usando apenas uma maioria simples dos votos. Vamos lá ver até onde irá a idiotice; se continuarem, ainda chega ao SCOTUS, o Supremo Tribunal aqui da terra.