North Fla. county to allow atheist monument
This small county has reached a deal to let a national organization install a 1,500-pound granite bench near an existing Ten Commandments monument that prompted a lawsuit after it was installed last year.
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#1 Jun 8, 2013
JUST WHAT KIND OF COUNTY ARE WE MOVING INTO??? One with a choice. Ya gotta serve somebody says the Bible and Bob Dylan. Guess Bradford County Florida puts the choice right up front and bold. Glad the atheist are going to pay for the upkeep for their bench. Glad they are going to advertise for the Lord by putting the punishments for breaking the Commandments. Gives us all a good reminder WE HAVE A CHOICE.
#2 Dec 4, 2013
Too chickenshit to just tell the Fundamentalists that they have to obey the law just like everyone else, this deal opens the door for anyone else to come in and demand a monument.
They either got some real bad legal advice, or they ignored some good advice.
Knowing Bradford county, I'm going with the latter.
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