From today's New York Times, a discussion about placing religious symbols in public locations.
From Episode 13 of Season 1 of the West Wing (Take out the Trash Day):
Toby is working at his desk. Sam enters quietly. TOBY Yeah? SAM There is a town in Alabama that wants to abolish all laws except the Ten Commandments. TOBY I saw it. SAM Well, they're gonna have a problem. TOBY Because the Constitution prohibits religious activity in any form connected to Government? SAM Good point! Two problems. TOBY Sam, I'm busy here! SAM I just mean that some of those Commandments are pretty hard to enforce. TOBY What is it? SAM I just got a call asking me if I wanted to comment on a story that's gonna run in the Georgetown Hoya tomorrow. TOBY The student newspaper? SAM A sociology professor has been teaching what the paper, at any rate, feels is racist stuff. Too much funding for Head Start, welfare mothers, and... TOBY And why are they talking to us? SAM Zoey's in the class. TOBY Who cares? SAM This minute? The Georgetown Hoya. Tomorrow...? TOBY The President's daughter got an idiot sociology professor, and we gotta... SAM I'll talk to Zoey. TOBY Please. [long pause] What else? SAM Coveting thy neighbour's wife, for example. How are you going to enforce that one? TOBY Sam!