A WWI memorial set up in the Mojave Desert--a seven-foot cross--has been in the center of a court battle between bed-wetter, crybaby atheists, and normal Americans who love God, their country, and their troops. The bed-wetters wanted the cross removed because they interpreted it as a violation of the first amendment (establishment), and the normal Americans opposed the bed-wetters because it's a war memorial, and removal constitutes a violation of the first amendment (forbidding the free exercise of religion).
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the normal Americans--and the cross was promptly stolen.
Now, when this happened, my first reaction was that the bed-wetters did it, and that they did it to declare that only the memorial itself--the one that was stolen--counted under the Supreme Court decision, and that any replacement wouldn't be allowed to stand. And, as it turns out, I was right.
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