Have any of you heard about this news story that's been brewing in the Pacific Northwest lately:
It appears that this Reverend Phelps is going across the country looking for cities and towns that have the 10 commandments monuments on city property and using it as a legal excuse to put up his anti-gay monument.
This monument depicts the gay kid that was tied to a fence and burned alive in a hate crime a few years ago. The monument says something about how the kid is burning in hell now.
This reverend is crazy and I think he's counter productive because the only way that cities can legally not allow his monument is if they remove the ten commandments from city property.
What do you think about all of this? Personally I don't think either types of monuments should be on city property.