Fox news finally found it. objective and pure.
If you don't have time to follow the link, or just don't like giving your
clicks to fox news (I understand both), here is the skinny: Jasen Dixon, of
Sycamore Township near Cincinnati, has been told by his local government to
take down the nativity scene he put up on his own property. The logic is based
on a regulation that “does not allow structures to be located in the front or
the side yard to occupy more than 35 percent of the area. Also, the primary
structure must be 3 feet from the street, and 6 feet from the house.”* One
neighbor is quoted as saying that he “didn't really pay it any attention until
the different color lights came on, then finally the baby was put in the manger.”
That’s right, folks, he complained once he saw the baby Jesus. Lit up in glory,
as our lord and savior should be.
Now, I have not personally, roamed the rough streets of Sycamore Township,
where the police must quiver in fear nightly if they have to combat such
monsters, but I will venture that someone has a giant inflatable Frosty or a
Santa in a Hawaiian shirt that sits too close to either the street or house. Hell,
I’ve got someone down the street from me who only has about 10 square feet of
yard to work with and every damn inch is lit up and pulsing.
I bet they wouldn’t do this if it was a life-sized statue of L. Ron Hubbard.
*The quote is from the article on Fox News, not from the regulations, so
there may be some discrepancy in specifics of the wording. I was, quite
honestly, too lazy to look it up myself.