Ah, here we go with the worn out "bigot" label again. The Ten Commandments appear on the walls of the U.S. Supreme Court, and in the halls of hundreds and hundreds of other Courts, City Halls, State Legislature Buildings, and other public buildings. The U.S. Senate begins each daily session with the "Lord's Prayer", as given by Jesus Christ in the New Testament. The fingerprints of Christianity are all over the foundation, walls and documents of our government. From the 1st Continental Congress' Declaration for a National Day of Prayer, to President Abraham Lincoln's national holiday of Thanksgiving to God, to President Harry Truman's national radio address where he called the United States a "Christian Nation". George Washington also said that the "office of Christian is ever higher than that of Patriot". Bigot? I'm in some pretty good company. btw, the mere display of Christian or Jewish religious icons in no way forces one to convert or believe in them. I think your phoney "fears" are a cover for something you're too afraid to admit.