10 Commandments Vs. Car: God 1, Car 0

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All you pansy atheistic liberals out there should learn a lesson from one bad Galveston driver.

The driver, according to the Galveston County Daily News, mistook the throttle in her car for the brake (at, ummm, 2:48 in the morning Thursday). The 20-year-old woman was trying to make a turn through the Broadway median and instead kept going forward....right into the 10 Commandments monument.

So she must have just crushed that irrelevant, superstitious example of the opiate of the masses, right?

No way -- Score one for God, suckaz. Check out the Daily News' video evidence after the jump.

The driver should just be glad God didn't break out the Holy Hand Grenade.

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