Thursday, April 28, 2005

More on Lexington

Lexington and Concord saw the opening shots of the American Revolution, the "shot heard 'round the world." The Minutemen fought for their independence and freedom.
In Lexington today the town will not allow a display of a Christmas creche or any other Christmas symbols on the town green. Even though private groups have offered to fund the lights, etc., the town has prohibited any religious displays.
Is this what the Minutemen fought for? A secular state that forbids public displays of religion because it might offend someone? Even though the majority of people still say they're Christian?
Now the town is indoctrinating kindergarteners with propaganda from the gay-rights movement in the name of tolerance (see post below).

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