Pulaski County, Kentucky Pays $231,662 for Posting of the Ten Commandments in Courthouse

With so much discouraging and disheartening news these days, it’s good to have the following story to share. 

SOMERSET, KENTUCKY — Pulaski County has paid $231,662 to cover its share of costs in a legal battle the county lost over attempts to post copies of the Ten Commandments in the courthouse.


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Part of the price some people have to pay to live in fantasyland.

What an utter waste of tax dollars.  More fiscal conservatism at work from the right side of the aisle in this country...


How many times will this have to go to court before people stop wasting time and money on it?

One thing you can be sure of is that those who posted it are now using the outcome as another example of their phony, whiny, "Christians are so persecuted" fantasy.  It always amazes me that those who break the law (displaying this crap in violation of the First Amendment), are the first to yell "persecution" about getting called on the carpet for it.  Kind of like a burglar who complains about being prosecuted because the homeowner left the door unlocked, and the homeowner has nicer stuff than the criminal.
pat, thats very good. I like that description. it fits them.



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