Perry Palm, Published March 29 2009
They don’t have enough to doJon Lindgren states in his letter dated March 16 that Fargo will get left behind if the Ten Commandments are not removed from public property. How is that possible?
Our population continues to grow, and we have become increasingly culturally diverse. I have a hard time believing that people would base their decisions to live in Fargo on whether there is a monument depicting the Ten Commandments on public property.
I bet many people don’t know or would even care for that matter except Lindgren’s little group. But I guess you people don’t have enough to do.