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It’s been a long and difficult journey that a very few can get through, but we’ve still managed to come out from the other end stronger than ever. We are each other’s puzzle pieces, and we need each other to stay in one piece.
It is sad to see such vandalism. For the most part the ten commandments are literally common sense, don't steal, don't kill, don't covet your neighbors stuff, don't be dishonest... I don't understand why people have to be dicks about this.
George Carlin once did a whole thing on reducing the 10 commandments down to, basically, “don’t be a dick.” That’s good advice, and a good Law that someone should maybe codify.
But that monument does not belong at a courthouse, or in any property that contains public buildings that people of all faiths (or no faith at all) may have to use. The regressive right wing likes to scream and lie that America is a Christian nation, but it is not. America has no official religion, and putting a monument on public grounds that explicitly supports any religion should never be allowed.
But your point about following good common sense is taken.