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Courts should guarantee our freedom of religion

Posted: January 10, 2011 11:20 p.m.
Updated: January 11, 2011 4:55 a.m.
 

I was shocked to find a court ruled that a cross displayed at Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial near San Diego is unconstitutional. Apparently, the judge plans to bulldoze it.

The United States Navy received the land for free, so now it should give it up since it cannot care for it.

Why allow the cross to be removed from the site? It has been established. It is now a historical marker commemorating the life and spirit of the United States at the time of the Korean War — which was a war against godless Communism.

I hope they appeal, or do whatever is necessary to guarantee the right to freedom of religion and freedom of speech.

 We must not allow the government to strike down a symbol of religion and faith for which those men and women have died.
Separation of church and state also means the state cannot suppress religion.

The concept that Christianity is a religion of exclusion is quite confusing.

 Tolerance should be the order of the day.

That court order is an attempt to muzzle, crush and destroy religious practices.

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