The Supreme Court made their schizophrenic ruling regarding placement of the Ten Commandments. Instead of making it a black and white issue, now you have to determine whether the placement is inside or outside or on of off government property, and then determine how religious or historical the monument is. Another ten years to sort out that ruling, I’m sure.
From The Colossus, “Top Ten Signs That The Supreme Court Ruled The Wrong Way on the Ten Commandments Cases:”
10. Justice Breyer’s first-born son suddenly feeling “under the weather”.
9. God now saying that justices are allowed “on” heaven, but not “in” heaven.
8. When the bailiff cried “God Save this Honorable Court!” at the beginning of the session, he suddenly turned into a pillar of salt.
7. Every evening, it seems like it now takes Justice Souter 40 years to find his car in the Supreme Court parking lot.
6. Justice Scalia’s Sunday golf game interrupted by plague of locusts.
5. Testimony from false witnesses now completely admissible.
4. Justice O’Connor suddenly the recipient of unwanted “coveting.”
3. The Potomac turned blood red. Wait! — that’s just pollution.
2. Manna supply has suddenly run out.
1. The golden calf the justices had installed inside the court suddenly burst in twain.