... Oh, so now you're speaking by my logic! How very divine of you! You want to say I am being a little hypocritical, but you don't know how...so you want to speak with "my" logic. When really, it is your logic all over again! Let me make it clear: where is the injustice? Ok. It's breaking the mighty American law. Who is being harmed? Whose faith is suddenly shaken by this awe-inspiring icon of madness that they can't begin to worship or believe as they see fit unto themselves? whose beliefs are suddenly at stake or in question? Let me quote something Eric said earlier: Indeed, is there anyone being forced in any way imaginable to pay reverence or duty to this rock? is anyone being forced to kneel before it as they enter the building? No. No. No. You can walk right past it, not giving it the slightest attention, and thus, not "putting your principles at stake"! But all this is already too old. What bothers me most are people who want this thing gone, for the reason that it "infringes" their rights. All the while, they have every right to do whatever it is they wish to do. They can steer away and stare away from this unspeakable symbol. They can still worship as they choose, without the slightest relevance paid towards the existence or nonexistence of such an object. As for the issue that it "violates" the law. Well, my friend, the law is violated every day. Like I mentioned, Bush himself was ready to violate the most universal law our humanity has ever conceived! I didn't see you speaking about it. In fact, I didn't see you at all! What I did see is Ferret riding the wagon of Bush-love and constant bottom-licking, which, as I see it now, is Ferret's only talent... At the end, what is hypocritical, or who is hypocritical, you or I? I say that if their faith is strong, to the point that it feels unrest towards this object, is...to have no strong faith. To have strong faith, on the other hand, which they all claim to have, is to be superior to such an artificial subject. Anyone with any principles wouldn't care, because his principles are not being violated at all. It's just the "law" being violated. But what matters the law? The United States became a state of anarchy the moment Bush declared his willingness to go over, above, and beyond all laws, no matter who opposed, no matter what the law was. And today as we stand, the United States is an anarchist state, an outlaw, and outsider – it revealed its anarchist instincts quite clearly. Americans, especially someone as naïve, as inferior, as American as Ferret, have lost your rights to speak about the “respect to law” a long time ago. What is hypocritical, at the end, are these multiple standards in which you all play your games and puke out your vile principles in the from of "I'm a free thinker," or "I'm an individual." There should be a respect for the law! No…no…who cares about the law! let’s rather do what is right! – does any of this sound familiar, Ferret? Sure it does. It’s your folly ringing billions of jollies… ... So, ok. Let the icon be removed. It "violated" the law. It doesn't rest the case, however, that you and a couple of others wanna-bes and counterfeit "free thinkers" feel violated and offended by such superficiality. And here I tell you: you are super-superficial.