Not all atheists have a pathological need to be hated. And not all atheists who do have a pathological need to be hated are as obnoxious, mean-spirited, and well-funded as American Atheists.
Arguments were heard Thursday in a case brought by an atheist group against placing what’s known as the World Trade Center cross in the National September 11 Museum.
As WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond reported, the lawyer for the 9/11 museum, Mark Alcott, called the steel beam cross an artifact during oral arguments at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals.
But American Atheists attorney Edwin Kagan called the 17-foot-tall crossed beams a religious symbol that only gives one story of the people who suffered and has no place on government-owned land.
Maybe the next time Muslim terrorists knock down some buildings and murder thousands of Americans, somebody will find rubble in the shape of a star and crescent. Until then, this is what we’ve got.
What’s next, suing to have the lowercase “t” removed from the alphabet? What a bunch of jackasses.