There’s some drama over a Christian Nativity scene displayed on the lawn of a county courthouse in Indiana. The Freedom From Religion Foundation demanded the removal of the display on first amendment violation concerns and now locals are fighting. It’s the same fight every Christmas and I get tired of writing about it.
Now for the shock:
These Christmas fights bug me, honestly. I am a supporter of the FFRF and of some of these secular and atheist organizations, but sometimes I am shaking my head and wondering what they are thinking. You might get this scene removed but you do so much damage to our cause in the process. You don’t think these perceptions matter? Then what is this all about? These Christmas fights make us look like such assholes, that’s all I’m saying. They are not reciting prayers in a state building or anything on that level. A Nativity scene is barely religious, it’s like a cross necklace. End of rant.
What do you guys think?