If liberals weren't Godless, they wouldn't be putting up fights like these:
The founder of Liberty Counsel says the dismissal of an ACLU lawsuit against a Ten Commandments display in one Kentucky county is not a good sign for anti-American organizations.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed suit in 1999 against Harlan County Schools over a display that included the Ten Commandments, the Mayflower Compact, the Declaration of Independence, the Star Spangled Banner, and other historical documents and symbols. Eventually, the lawsuit was partially consolidated with two other cases involving the same display in two courthouses.
Now a federal district court has dismissed the Harlan County case. Liberty Counsel founder Mat Staver says the dismissal is the latest defeat for the ACLU.
"Since 2005 the ACLU has lost one Ten Commandments case after another," he observes, "and I think it's only logical and consistent that as part of our American history we are able to display the Ten Commandments as a universal symbol of law in a court of law or other public places around America." And while he is sure "the ACLU doesn't like it," he vows that his group will continue to fight to preserve that great religious heritage.