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  1. JJ226
    June 17, 2013

    Sounds like a dumbfuck looking for a handout. Could we please keep these senseless money wasting lawsuits out of our system and concentrate on real problems? If he lives in Oklahoma, I’m sure he’s had some exposure to the Native American culture. If he doesn’t like it he needs to just suck it up and deal with it. Next thing you know, he’ll attempt to sue the government for putting Native Americans on coins and such for being exposed to them in his collection plate… GET A JOB!!!

  2. Moongrim
    June 16, 2013

    He does have a semi-legitimate claim. The act of shooting an arrow into the sky, is an attempt by the shooter to get a sky god to make it rain: Religious.

    However, Oklahoma also offers other license plates such as one that states: In God We Trust.

    Apparently the Methodist Minister who is suing, has no problem with that one.

    So who is forcing him to obtain a license plate that depicts the arrow shooter?

    No one.

    It’s just another example of the “persecution mindset”.

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