There was a reason for that.Plus, I noticed you didn't address my other point in this.
At the outset of controversy, the school should have taken the poster down, students who wanted it up should have formed a Christian student group who could then display material, just like any student group, in the hallway. Now it's free religious expression by the student body, not endorsed religion by the school. The Commandments stay up, so the Christians are happy. If any local atheists want to make a counter display they could form a student group and acquire their equal space on the wall and post their views by putting absolutely nothing there, so the atheists would be happy. If there were any other religions, political affiliations, hobbiests or etc among the student body which wanted to display their material, they could likewise form student groups and display their material in an equal space.
Last edited by Jerry; 05-11-12 at 11:52 PM.
Don't try to give me this Constitution crap either... it was written 200 years ago by men that wished to have liberty but still owned slaves. A bunch of hypocrites. That's like one slave getting his freedom, only to enslave another for his own.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville