Perhaps its feet are made of clay. The article (excerpts below) didn't say.
A Memphis church that claims a membership of 12,000 will unveil a 72-foot-tall statue during Fourth of July services.
The Statue of Liberation looks a lot like the Statue of Liberty, but the famous torch is replaced by a cross. Instead of the inscription about giving the lady the tired and poor, there are Roman numerals for the Ten Commandments.
Across the street from the church is a convenience store where Mary Preyer is a manager. She's eager to see the statue unveiled, but says its funding could have been put to better use for the neighborhood.
Ms. Preyer has what's known in the trade as commonsense.
This seems like a good time to revisit some great online resources:
Hear Frederick Clarkson discuss the topic of the separation of Church and State.