Oklahoma pastor's lawsuit over car tag was bound to happen

The Oklahoman Editorial Published: June 13, 2013

The state's “Choose Life” specialty plates were unsuccessfully challenged in court as being a state en-dorsement of religion. The anti-abortion tags contained no Christian symbology, however. Public parks in the West have hosted Indian religious rites connected to prayers for rain or snow.

We like the current car tag, but we don't condemn the minister's lawsuit. This was bound to happen, to target an answer to the question of why are some cultures allowed to attach religious symbols and rites to public property and others are not?

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