When humor becomes prescience
That sentence is notable for two reasons. First, it means I deserve some sort of speechwriting fee. Second, it suggests Moore, who's campaigning for governor even if he hasn't yet made it official, would have the audience believe he was a sort of martyr, the first public official ever with the courage to stand up to the evil, nebulous them and use the word "God" in public, consequences be damned. Ego check on aisle two.
One thing Moore did get right: He said the monument is "not a violation of the First Amendment," which is correct, because churches are free to have as many religious displays on their own property as they'd like.
See there? The Constitution isn't so bad after all.