The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is, once again, going after a memorial aimed at commemorating American lives lost in a combat zone. A Vietnam display in a park in Coos Bay, Ore., is the latest target of atheist activists who are committed to church-state separatism.
The memorial is comprised of a cross design, with a placard on its base. As is typically the case when a religious symbol is included in a memorial, the FFRF is claiming that the cross’ presence is unconstitutional.
I am so tired of malcontented brats like these pricks. They are nothing but bullies and bigots. I am also sick that any court would actually interpret the first amendment to side with them. The Constitution IN NO WAY constrains such a memorial on public land, the Constitution constrains Congress from recognizing a national religion or denying anyone the free exercise of their religion.