Speech by Government Employees
JLSatty at AOL.COM
Thu Jan 1 07:33:19 PST 1998
In a message dated 98-01-01 03:59:18 EST, you write:
Yes. But from thence we must pass to the courtrooms, chambers, offices,
lounges and hallways of hundreds of thousands of government actors and
of their unwelcome "personalizations" of public space. Until Judge Jones
removes his wife's picture from his desk, Senator Smith takes down from his
office wall the Certificate of Appreciation from the local Jaycees, and John
Q. Publicemployee removes his daughter's artwork from his cubbiewall, I will
remain exceedingly hostile to this bizarre and unwarranted focus on the
religious expression of Judge Moore.
I point out that Roy Moore's display is not a family picture on his desk, a
civic citation on the wall of his office, or anything on his cubbiewall. It
is a religious display on the wall of a public courtroom. The ACLU position
from the start has been he can do whatever he wants with his private
office--its the courtroom that can't be Christianized.
Attorney at Law
609 28th Ave.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
JLSatty at aol.com
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