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That is pretty bad.

While I disagree with the complainants argument (no crosses on Gov property), I agree with his RIGHT to file the complaint . The very rights he is using is what the veterans have ensured him.

If the cross comes down, what about all the churches on military bases?

What about the thousands of crosses in Arlington National Cemetery?

The USSC needs to dismiss (with prejudice) this complaint.

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That is pretty bad.

While I disagree with the complainants argument (no crosses on Gov property), I agree with his RIGHT to file the complaint . The very rights he is using is what the veterans have ensured him.

If the cross comes down, what about all the churches on military bases?

What about the thousands of crosses in Arlington National Cemetery?

The USSC needs to dismiss (with prejudice) this complaint.

Just be glad they aren't trying this case in judge Boyles courtroom.

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I agree Steve about the right to complain, but i bet he doesnt complain about the money in his pocket that says "In God We Trust" on it. It just seems like to me the only people that have rights these days are the ones that have a complaint. What about honoring the rights of the people who died and the ones that came home to put up that cross.

It will be interesting, if the courts agree with him, to see what happens to those locations that you mentioned.

Only in California!!

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The complainant lives in Oregon, I'm sure that will come into play in the USSC Ruling.

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