I want to send my congratulations and thanks to the good people of Grayson County who have worked over the last eight years to see that the Ten Commandments returned where they belong--on the walls of the county courthouse, where those who have offended the law may see them and reflect on their meaning.
These Commandments were the basis for our government. They, along with the Bible, sustained our founders through long periods of despair during the war for American independence, when all seemed lost. That a minute group of radicals and their allies in the ACLU would attempt to subvert not only the will of the people, but the history of our great country is more than disgusting.
But I warn you, my fellow patriots--when the left loses, they fight harder and become more bitter and hateful. They don't take loss with dignity as Mr. Burns did when he had to remove the Commandments eight years ago. So be prepared to fight the ACLU again. They will crawl out of their hole eventually and have to be beaten back into submission.
"If 'thou shalt not covet' and 'thou shalt not steal' were not commandments of Heaven, they must be made inviolable precepts in every society, before it can be civilized or made free."
--John Adams, proving that the founders saw the Ten Commandments not only as Divine law, but secular law as well.
God Bless the folks of Grayson County.
Christopher S. Mellons
Valley Station, Kentucky