In a recent post, Canada's Dumbest Blogger is all over a defense of keeping crosses on Utah public land (emphasis added):
The Utah Highway Patrol Association defends the crosses, which have the Highway Patrol logo on them and have been erected on government land. It says they are secular symbols that both honor the troopers and remind speeding drivers to slow down.
In unrelated news, let's check in on the good doctor when, curiously, that same cross was a sacred, religious icon that should be protected from vile desecration.
Yes, it really is too easy, isn't it?