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Highway Adopted By Neo-Nazis To Be Named After Rabbi 9

Posted by samzenpus
from the black-fly-in-your-chardonnay dept.
A neo-Nazi group who adopted a half-mile section of highway in Springfield, Kansas last year may find their pure highway renamed after rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. Although lawmakers were not happy about the adoption, they had no choice but to accept the group's application. In 2005 the US Supreme Court ruled that a group can't be denied entry to the Adopt-A-Highway program because of its political beliefs. The final solution for Kansas lawmakers seems to be renaming the highway.


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Highway Adopted By Neo-Nazis To Be Named After Rabbi

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  • final solution, lol

  • Amway (Score:2, Interesting)

    If the government and its citizens are too cheap to pay to keep their own highway clean, then you should expect to get whatever happens to come along as charity. Beggars can't be choosers. You can't have your cake and eat it too.

    • by flyneye (84093)

      Let me verify for you all after having actually read the story.
      Nazis are from Springfield Mo as I suspected.
      There is no Springfield Kansas however they seem to have made contact with the Rabbis daughter through a Jewish organization.
      While Kansas may have Nazii we don't use them for cleaning. We just keep them off the beaten path so lost travellers can find . Amish tourist traps, Worlds largest hand dug well, Worlds biggest ball of twine and an occasional Nazi tryin to find someone to drink with who hasn't a