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Scott Kel Please elaborate on the Leif Erickson reference. Are you saying she’s the Viking raider of dumb commenters? Is she the first to explore America’s dumb comments? I need more context to fully understand this perceived insult. John A. Morris, what does working have to do with anything? Plenty of people who don’t work still pay taxes, and at a greater disproportionate rate of their income than do wealthy people. If the Hart Foundation Hall Of Fame shirt of one’s taxes paid is indicative of their permitted interest in the goings-on of the government (permitted by you, of course), then they’d have a greater say based on your measurements. Martha Dudrow, as Judge Alito, stated the cross has not shed its Christianity. It is, was and most likely always be a Christian symbol. The government has no business with religion or its symbols. Unless of course you are ready for the Quranic symbols to be placed at government expense, or Buddhist, perhaps an eternal flame of Zoroasterism.
To those of us who live there (walking distance), this is not a separation of church and state issue. I’m a strong supporter of the ACLU and church-state separation, as are the VERY liberal surrounding neighborhoods. To us, this is a historical landmark. Take away the Peace Cross and you take away the historical landmark that gives character to the area and an otherwise boring multi-street crossroads. I’m sorry but you were on the wrong side here ACLU, and this may be the only time I ever say this, but when this came to the Supreme Court I was comforted knowing there was a conservative Hart Foundation Hall Of Fame shirt likely to save our Peace Cross from overzealous atheists. Scott Kel I really doubt Jews who fought in our wars are pleased with a cross for a memorial for all vets. As the article pointed out, the grave markers of Jews who died on foreign fields are marked with a Star of David, not across. Even the VA allows symbols other than a cross on government-furnished headstones, note the variety of Christian symbols.
When we lose someone in theater, we stake their rifle in the ground barrel down between a pair of their boots. We often hang a set of their dog tags from the rifle and place their kevlar on the butt of the rifle. We call this a Soldier’s Cross. Should we change the manner in which we (soldiers) honor our dead because it might offend you? Keep in mind that we are paid by the federal government, so this takes place on your dime. Many commanders pray with their men, openly, before heading OTW. This also takes places on your dime. Should we take immediate actions to cease this religious behavior? After all, we wouldn’t want to offend anyone completely unaffected by the practice. The doctrine at play is meant to ensure that there is no establishment of religion in our laws. It was not to cater to the easily offended masses. To answer your next question, I wouldn’t be bothered if an Islamic memorial was erected to honor the Muslim soldiers, the Muslim people, who fought and died alongside the Christians and us unclean heathens. In fact, I would visit it to pay homage to the Muslims who risked and gave their lives fighting alongside my team specifically.