from a lawyers journal

Is it unreasonable of me to write "God Bless Sierra Leone" in hundreds of elevators in the Imperial City? Our boys are bulleting and bayonetting the forces of evil, and the intellectuals and feeble-minded left behind hold hands and sing God Bless America. Compared to most other nation-states, we seem to be doing well, so why do we need God's help? Why aren't Christians across the country united behind a slogan on behalf of Sierra Leone, or Mozambique, or Siamese Twins or people born with an extra C on the 83rd line of chromosome 21? Can I before a judge defend myself and my elevator scribblings on the basis of some sort of moral imperative? I am doing something my community fails to do. Can the technical fineprint of property law make my defense impractical?