But this is getting ridiculous. In rural Indiana, a company submit a proposal to buy a small portion of a courthouse. What would a company want with part of a courthouse you ask? Why, the right to build a giant statue of the Ten Commandments for all to see. The reasoning behind this move is that there may be no censorship of religion on private land, and therefore the statue would be entitled to stay. Fantastic.
And now for the positive side of freedom of speech - upon reading a
discussion of this story at fark.com, the very first posting was the following statement:
OK, let's start the pool now and outbid these guys for the land. I think it's high time Montgomery County gets with the times and erects a statue of Hillary Clinton drilling the Jebus with a strap-on.