southbeach1500 saidHow utterly appalling that supposedly (and apparently not) civilized people such as yourselves are cheering this act of vandalism on.
You can't just decide which laws are to be obeyed and which ones are not. Destruction of property is a serious crime.
Setting aside for a moment emotions evoked on seeing the desecration of a religious artifact, this obviously is not merely the destruction of public property but civil disobedience as an act of protesting the violation of separation of church and state.
The destruction of public school property would be seem more so utterly appalling.
This, however, seems more so utterly inevitable.