Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbor's.
Well, since I actually praised the last commandment it is appropriate that we end with one of the worst commandments in the lot. There are so many things wrong with this command I am not even sure where to begin.
For starters god is criminalizing thoughts. This is both entirely opposed to common sense and very much in opposition to American law. How does one criminalize a thought to begin with? Exactly how is god expecting the Jewish legal authorities to detect a breach of this law? Of course the American legal system is pretty clear on this. Thoughts cannot be considered crimes in and of themselves.
Of course another problem stems from what thought he decides to criminalize. He could have criminalized thinking about something bad, like "don't think about being a serial killer," or "don't think about furry porn," but no, he criminalizes coveting, which last time I checked was the basic thought process that makes capitalism possible. Coveting is practically an American institution, and considering the number of Christians out there who seem to think that American free market capitalism is exactly the economic system their god wants in this country I submit that many of them do not know the bible as well as they think they do.
Lastly, I would point out the type of things god says we are not to covet is probably the most disturbing thing in this command. That is, that among the "property" of your neighbor you are not supposed to covet he includes both his wife and his slaves. For those who don't think god approves of slavery in the Bible, feel free to point them towards this command. Of course women are property right? I mean what else would they be, certainly not individuals with their own desires and thoughts separate from your own. That's just crazy talk.
So there you have it, in one fell swoop god condemns free thought, capitalism, and civil rights. Well that's just great god, I mean really really great, way to end on a high note.