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A**hole Civil Liberties Union is at it again...

A Louisiana parish planning to erect a cross on the bank of the Mississippi River in memory of the 130 people who died from Hurricane Katrina insists it is not violating the Constitution.

"We're not using government funds for the erection of the cross and we're not using public property for it," said St. Bernard Parish Councilman Mark Madary.


http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewCulture.asp?Page=/Culture/archive/200608/CUL20060814a.html

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magictaco
Aug. 14th, 2006 11:19 pm (UTC)
Govt displays of a religious nature need to meet the Lemon v. Kurtzman test unless they are passive, historical and somewhat secular.
dgreatone
Aug. 15th, 2006 01:21 am (UTC)
I know you did, but if you didn't read the article, there is a dispute whether the display is on private land or not. The parish says it's right near the border of public land but not over. ACLU says it is on public land.

Take a wild wild guess who I'm going to believe in this case?

Comon' guess?
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