To do my duty, I must obey God.
What happens when government puts itself above God? ... Amen.
We're all anxious. We want to get out there and help them. People can survive for up to four days without water.
I stand before the Court of the Judiciary because I've done my oath. I've kept my oath. I have acknowledged God as the moral foundation of our law
Christians are offended at many things in today's society
God has chosen this time and this place so we can save our country and save our courts for our children
I can't predict the future, but I can tell you that people are very upset over the past actions of state officials, to include the governor and justices of the Supreme Court, who have chosen to blindly follow a federal court order to remove the acknowledgment of God from Alabama
We must defend our rights and preserve our constitution, ... For the federal courts to adopt the agenda of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and to remove the knowledge of God and morality from our lives is wrong.
It is a sad day in our country when the moral foundation of our law and the acknowledgment of God has to be hidden from public view to appease a federal judge
I believe that God is leading me to uphold the laws in Alabama and guide its policies
It is altogether proper for people to recognize a sovereign God.
Power's not what the Constitution was about.
The basic premise of the Constitution was a separation of powers and a system of checks and balances because man was perceived as a fallen creature and would always yearn for more power.
The Constitution was about a limitation on power.
The whole basis of the Constitution was a restriction of power, and the whole basis of the federalist system was that there was not one sovereign centralized power from which all authority flows.