Skip to comments.Protecting the Ground Zero Cross
Posted on 08/02/2011 1:47:33 PM PDT by momtothree
It now appears that the ACLJ has less than two weeks to file a legal brief backing the cross at the new Ground Zero Museum. This is being challenged in court by the American Atheists. It is their view (the ACLJ) that the lawsuit is without merit. The cross was formed by two intersecting steel beams that survived the Twin Towers collapse on 9-11. According to the radio station that I heard this information, you can sign the petition at 1-877-989-2255 OR you can log onto Aclj.com and look under "Radio Årchives".
** I apologize if this format is incorrect since this is the first time that I have posted anything. Moderator: please correct any sort of grammatical error or mistake.
Maybe if they first built a Mosk and then put the cross around back, with a perhaps a blanket over it or something, then the permit might be granted.
Thank you, rocksblues....
“... then the permit might be granted”
When I was listening to the radio station discussing this issue, the ACLJ felt confident if they received a few hundred thousand names. Who knows... but I signed the petition online as did my husband.
I put my name on the list!! thanks!
Infamous New York City radical leftist lawyer Ron Kuby chimed in on this story last week. To his credit, he said the lawsuit is absurd and the American Atheists have no legal basis for their complaint.
Thank you, Johngrace!
That is the same concept that I got while listening to the radio (while driving to Toys R Us). I pulled over and jotted down the information to post simply because they are lacking the 100,000+ signatures. The Cross is amazing... shooting up from the rubble. May be silly but I found it inspirational and a sign that God was there with the deceased and the injured. Historically, I feel it to be very significant. Thanks!
If Ron Kuby says it that must be true. Even though he represents sometimes weasel types. He does have a good quality. I listened to him years ago. He had a radio show. He knows a waste of time case. Thanks for sharing.
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