And here's a good response:Atheists attack community landmarks.
In order to dictate their beliefs.
Atheists keep trying, but they keep failing.
The majority rules and will not allow atheists to dictate their beliefs.
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They're just doing their duty to help enforce the U.S. Constitution. They're tired of people sidestepping the law and want to do something about it. If it requires the element of shock, then so be it. The religious bullies started this crap years ago and now you're scared the non-religious victims are going to finish it. Do the right thing and help them fix it. Don't be scared... join the fight and get right. They don't want to destroy the sites, they just want them removed from government land. You can always put them on private land. Perhaps the local church groups could rally together, buy some land, and turn it into a memorial park for these historical items.... just a thought. You could include the reason why they were moved, but make sure you tell the truth and not some deragatory bullcrap.
the1observant, Fayetteville,North Carolina,United States,US Saturday, May 5, 2012
You guys don't like it when the tables get turned on you, do you?
Pretty soon you'll know what it's like to be marginalized and excluded.