State government treads on dangerous ground when it promotes religious symbols. In order to ensure that such a display isn't an unconstitutional endorsement of one religion over another, the state would have to open the door to symbols from other faiths and messages from those who don't believe in any religion.Dangerous ...
The state would have to ... gulp ... accommodate all of America's religions. And non-religions.
A terrifying prospect if there ever was one.
I'm looking for the day when broad-minded and even-handed liberals are able to explain to me why the government can't be asked to promote all religions as opposed to what it is required to do today - only support "those who don't believe in any religion."
Somehow, to them, that's ...proper.
To me, it's just another example of the inevitable bias that flows from government distribution and application of its power and authority.
Catholic? No room at the inn, sorry.
Church of the Non-Believer? Come on in. Make yourself at home.
That's not wrong. It's perverted.