Are these people living in the dark ages? Don't they have newspapers and the Internet?
A Virginia school district is restoring the Ten Commandments to their classroom walls in spite of being told by their own lawyers that it's illegal.
There are so many aspects of this that baffle me that it's hard to know where to begin.
Do they really think this is going to convince their children to believe in God and stay in their faith? Is their regular Sunday (and often Wednesday) church not enough?
Don't they have better ways to spend their money ... like on the kids' educations? This is certain to spark a lawsuit that will cost the school district money. Is this some sort of weird school district that has too much money and needs to waste it?
And finally, do they know they're teaching their kids to disrespect their country and Constitution? The school board is breaking the law, plain and simple. The United States Supreme Court has made a definitive ruling: schools cannot display the Ten Commandments in this fashion. Does the school board really want the kids to think that they're above the law? Do they want to show the kids that it's OK to show disrespect for our Constitution and our Supreme Court?