Highway to Hell

If you missed it last week, the road to the Dinosaur Ark Park is under attack:

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Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a Washington D.C. non-profit, is protesting the legislature’s decision to include $2 million for improvements to KY 36, a project included in road budgets proposed by Gov. Steve Beshear and approved by the House and Senate.

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The $2 million would be used to purchase right-of-way and pre-construction work on an interchange with I-75.

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Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United, said the Kentucky Constitution bans the use of taxpayer dollars to support religion. Section 5 of the Constitution says taxpayers may not be forced to “contribute to the erection or maintenance” of any place of worship.

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Even if you believe taxpayer funding for the erection of Ken Ham’s tyrannosaurs boat isn’t a beat too far, it’s pretty safe to say that spending $2 Million on improving a road for a destination that may not get built based on attendance projections no one really believes isn’t the best idea.

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But it’s good enough for Steve Beshear and for Kentucky.

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Rock on, Kentucky.

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1 comment for “Highway to Hell

  1. kentondem
    April 2, 2012 at 11:45 am

    A boat to nowhere.

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