Public displays of Ten Commandments divide candidates in Alabama governor’s race

By John Sharp

A Republican candidate’s careful answer to a debate question about the Ten Commandments on Friday shook up the Alabama governor’s race, as Sen. Bill Hightower began to take criticism from the far right.

“Bill Hightower showed a lack of courage, leadership and conviction and should not be our next governor,” Dean Young said in a YouTube video on Friday.

Young is chairman of the Ten Commandments political action committee and served as campaign strategist for former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore. Young blasted Hightower for “a less than enthusiastic” response on a question about a proposed state constitutional amendment allowing the display of the biblical laws on public property.

Alabama voters will decide the matter in November.

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1 COMMENT

  1. there is a freedom of religion, not freedom from religion,” said Dawson

    Terrifying thought!

    I’m a Christian camp speaker

    I understood from this website, that the extreme god-botherers didn’t like that sort of thing.

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