Neighbors furious after cross is removed from town Christmas tree

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town in Indiana has removed a cross atop their Christmas tree following an ACLU lawsuit. Watch the above video to see how neighbors there are reacting to the decision.

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  • Kevin Rahe

    It seems that an alleged violation of a Constitutional provision would have to have an identifiable and practical negative effect on someone to be considered an actual violation. Without that, it appears that you’re just trying to bully people.

  • Ron Kramer

    He had the right – to look past it – away from it – or look at it and ignore it. If he doesn’t believe in the cross or what it stands for – then it should not affect him either way. As a Christian, I would not mind a menorah of any other religious symbol hung on the tree. Sharing in the holiday season. A Menorah has no meaning to me, so would not bother me at all. I would feel the Jewish believers have the right to add to the tree. If he’s atheist.. then the symbolism should not bother him at all. (since they are just shapes of things that mean nothing to him… like the shape of a snow flake.