Saturday, December 03, 2005

Atheists Attack Memorials

The atheists should get over being offended by crosses and start being offended by the fact that there is a need for them. What is more of a threat to our way of life, the memorials or the deaths of the state police?

How cold and unfeeling do you have to be to even bring such a suit to court? The names of some of the ungrateful culprits follow. Heaven protect us and our nation from little men such as these.

Plaintiffs Stephen Clark, Michael Rivers and Richard Andrews in conjunction with the American Atheists Inc. also seek to have the UHP symbol removed from the crosses.
"The presence of the UHP logo on a poignant religious symbol is an unconstitutional violation of the United States Constitution. It is government endorsement of religion," said Rivers, Utah director for American Atheists.

What in the world is an "unconstitutional" violation?
A lawsuit filed by the American Atheists in U.S. District Court on Thursday seeks to remove steel crosses that dot roadways throughout Utah and memorialize Utah Highway Patrol troopers who have died in the line of duty.
The suit has drawn harsh reaction from family members of the fallen troopers and promises to be the source of an emotional battle.
"The crosses are used as an international sign of memorial similar to those in Arlington National Cemetery," said Sgt. Todd Royce, of the Utah Highway Patrol Association.

Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune.

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