One more reason to dislike public (taxpayer funded) transportation.
Society’s scumbags win another one in their big “In Your Face” campaign against decent Americans.
I wonder if the courts would force the buses to run ads that said muhammad doesn’t exist?
Seems to me the bus co would have to be copacetic with pro religious ads as well, now. Like cowardly bullies suddenly faced with Mohammed Ali, the atheists will run with their tails between their legs.
Wrong, it was the wrong decision. The courts have no right to tell a privately owned company who they can or cannot do business with. Secondly, the constitution does not forbid private citizens from stopping some one's 1st amendment rights, only the government is forbidden to do so.
This ruling is just another screw up from a left wing judge.
(Not meaning to imply a pro-Islam message, except inasmuch as any general theist message would doubtless get some Islamic support.)
Whatever. I never thought that God needed to advertise. Same goes for the atheists. I just dont consider salvation to be a marketing issue.
Normally I have as much concern for atheists as I do rocks, but for the sake of what’s right I think they want to advertise, they’ve got a right to do it.
IMO spending good money to encourage average people to believe in nothing and be as pathetic as you so they’ll hang out with you, is probably the worst investment I’ve ever heard of.
If people want to believe in nothing, then more nothing to them. If people want to drink bleach, I’ll warn them not to drink bleach, after that it’s Darwinism at its finest.
The whole thing is much bigger than the ads. It seems like everyone wants to have some special favoritism in the law for him/herself, quite the opposite of what the Constitution was meant to support.