Cowboy Pastor Will Ride Horse to Site of Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments Monument in Protest October 20, 2015

Cowboy Pastor Will Ride Horse to Site of Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments Monument in Protest

Now that Oklahoma has removed the Ten Commandments monument from outside the Capitol building, one Texas pastor is so angry, that he’s planning a protest.

Ten Commandments monument in Oklahoma (via James Nimmo)

It’s gonna be a *big* protest, too. It involves a horse. Because this pastor is a cowboy.

(This is the part where you all start shaking in your boots.)

[Pastor of Texoma Cowboy Church John] Riggs will ride his horse with a group of other riders, who will meet at the Red River bridge at 7 a.m. on Tuesday. When he plans to arrive at the Oklahoma state capitol on Friday, Riggs said hopes to meet with Governor Mary Fallin about the monument’s removal.

Good luck with that, pastor. I’m sure you’ll have a blast riding to the giant block of empty space outside the Capitol, which is basically a new monument dedicated to how much of a shit people give about your protest…

Maybe along the way, he can figure out what exactly he’s protesting, since Christians are still allowed to pray all they want and obey whichever commandments they want to take seriously.

(Thanks to Brian for the link)

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