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⬅ Return to A Cross is a Cross, Especially on Government Land

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  1. Anonymous Says:


  2. ACLU Idiots Says:

    It must really suck to have an organization based on a miss interpretation of the constitution. When will you IDIOTS realize that "seperation of church and state" is ment to keep the government out of the churchs, hence the "Freedom" of religion, not to keep religion out of government. can anyone be so stupid. No wonder our nation is declining. I'm just glad you all support Pro-choice cause none of you should pro-create. IDIOTS!

  3. Another way ACLU censors freedom! Says:

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  4. Anonymous Says:

    Don't fear the Cross, Jesus died for
    everyone, the Cross is the way to

  5. roald Says:

    Idiot (#2 on p2)...My interpretation is that the ACLU is doing exactly as you suggest. The State is entering into the domain of the Church, in its broadest sense, when it and its representatives attempt to push one religion over another.

    Also, in my personal opinion, much of the decline this country is experiencing has come as the power of certain religious organizations and large corporations has increased.

  6. Steve Says:

    If a cross on public property is illegal, then road-side crosses that mourn accident victims will also be outlawed using the ACLU's warped logic of the first amendment

  7. MV Jim Says:

    The ACLU again oversteps reason. this is why they are facing a budget shortfall. If a religious display exists on land prior to its becoming federal land, the religious display cannot be called offensive. If it were so offensive, why did the feds buy the property in the first place?

  8. Renee Says:

    You are just carrying out the plans that is predicted in the Bible that will lead to the end of the world.
    Merry CHRISTmas!

  9. Kevin Kim Says:

    The ACLU continues their reign of stupidity...

    ACLU claims to be fighting for rights as proposed by the Constitution, yet they continue to spit on every Christian organisation they meet. Whatever happened to 'freedom of religion'?

  10. Anonymous Says:

    In case you are out of the loop, Jesus is the only one that saves.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    "Your comment has been queued for moderation by site administrators and will be published after approval."

    This isnt freedom either -face it your looking for specific topics

  12. ET Says:

    THis organization should be called Anti-Christian Liberties Union!!!

  13. Anonymous Says:

    I'm waiting for a lawsuit to remove all religious symbols from Arlington National Cemetery. Isn't that a govt endorsement of religion?

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