I was not even going to comment on this subject because I believe the Atheists were burying themselves enough in this P.R. nightmare to not have to dignify any sort of a retort. Then last night I saw this:
Its extremely funny that even John Stewart, not the most conservative man, sides with Fox News, Huh!?, on a subject against the Atheists. That was the most hilarious part. You know you are doing the wrong thing when that is happening. Use it as a gauge even, you know, since yours is broken so often. Silly Atheists.
Also, speaking of "Just because there is a lawsuit, doesn't mean it will be successful." What appears to be a blog created for apparently this one subject. SecularSimi.blogspot.com by S. Bechman, received an answer for his numerous letters and complaints about this poster up in City hall. The answer, "It stays."
In an article it points out that,
Bechman, 51, of Simi Valley delivered a written complaint about the poster to the council at its June 25 meeting. He said he was frustrated that after sending six letters about the poster to council members over the past year, he had yet to receive a reply. Huber promised he would get back to him.
Huber, an attorney, cited legal precedent in his letter. He noted the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco, "often considered to be one of the most liberal" federal appeals courts, last year ruled against another atheist, Michael Newdow, who had sued to remove the phrase "In God We Trust" from U.S. coins and currency.
Huber said the appeals court found the national motto is ceremonial and patriotic, and "has nothing whatsoever to do with the establishment of religion."
While the phrase "separation of church and state" is not found in the U.S. Constitution, the First Amendment states that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
Good question, good point, good day.