Yes, but you would be an accessory to the crime. Ask any lawyer, he'll tell you the same thing.If my iPad is displaying a photo of my ex-girlfriend holding my iPad and I sneak up behind her and smack her in the head with the iPad until she is dead, would that be considered suicide?
I agree completely, except for the last seven words, which are an attempt to troll and inflame.I'd love to see the day when we don't use the bible to swear in our elected leaders. They should be placing their hand on a copy of the Constitution, not a meaningless 2,000 year old book.
Some religious Christians also refuse to swear on the bible they are telling the truth, because it implies in normal life they are liars. I respect that viewpoint.Since 1695 the right to give an affirmation has existed in the United Kingdom.
The right to give an affirmation is now embodied in the Oaths Act 1978, c.19, which prescribes the following form: "I, do solemnly, sincerely and truly declare and affirm," and then proceed with the words of the oath prescribed by law, omitting any words of imprecation or calling to witness.
You're assuming a Muslim, Jew or Atheist would ever be elected to the presidency.I'm confused. I thought the US had a constitutional separation of church and state, meaning that the Bible is optional. What do Muslims, Jews, and atheists use?