Or “Thou Shall Not Steal.” Or “commit adultery.” The audacity of “those” people. Trying to tell everyone how to live and shove God down people’s throats. After all, it’s a school.
The junior high school has had a stone copy of the Ten Commandments in front of the school since 1957. Apparently it’s been offending people for almost 60 years.
A Pennsylvania junior high school is moving a Ten Commandments stone monolith from its campus after a $64,000 court battle resulted in a judge ruling the display unconstitutional.
“It doesn’t matter what the cost was, it was a fight that needed to be fought,” David Show, organizer with the group Thou Shall Not Move, told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “That’s something that should not be a problem in our schools.”
The Tribune-Review headline put the fight into the proper secular perspective.
Connellsville Area School District paid $64K in dispute to keep religious stone
“Religious stone.” Offensive thing. If you’re interested in just how offensive it is, you can follow the comments here. I would suggest a stiff drink before clicking on the link.
In case you were wondering, religion apparently no longer has a place in American life. Unless you’re a Muslim.
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