War memorial cross stolen after liberal defeat at U.S. Supreme Court

Reason No. 391,007 to hate liberals.  The Supreme Court recently ruled that an old cross that was erected in the middle of the desert to commemorate WWI vets did not violate the Establishment Clause of the Bill of Rights.  Boo frickin hoo, the ACLU lost another one.  So what did the liberals do?  They immediately stole the cross in a fit of “if we can’t beat them legally, we will beat them illegally.”  The VFW owned it.

And the MSM is silent.  Imagine the wailing and gnashing of teeth by them if the tables were turned.  Say a monument to atheism was torn down and stolen after a conservative law suit to remove it had been lost?  I hope they find whoever did it and some vet takes a rusty old bayonet to them.  

  By John Doe

5 responses to “War memorial cross stolen after liberal defeat at U.S. Supreme Court

  1. Hi, JD:

    National Public Radio carried the story yesterday evening, and again on today’s morning news. Don’t know about other media, but N.P.R. reports the news.

    Best, Steve

  2. Ewwww. Steve. You LISTEN to that crap? 😉

    But thanks for letting me know. And even so, there would be a national outcry if the roles were reversed.

  3. Lipton T. Bagg

    Don’t be too surprised to watch a cross reappears on this site in the next few days…

    I’m just saying…

    -LTB

  4. My friends and I were discussing the Cross today at work. I was telling them what a magnificent sight it was to see it with the sunrise coming up behind it. It truly is beautiful.

    Dave was telling us about an acquaintance of ours from high school who had moved out to SoCal for a few years. Evidently he was down on his luck out there and drove out into the desert, presumably to “end it all”. He pulled off the road somewhere and fell asleep in his car. When he awoke, he rose up and saw the cross through the back window of his car. He told Dave that when he saw the Cross, it changed his life. He got saved that day and went back home to NC where he became an asset to his community.

    I wonder how many people’s lives have been changed for the better because of that Cross in the Mojave Desert?

  5. I can GUARANDAMNTEE you that nobody has been harmed by that cross being there!

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