His fellow state Supreme Court justices, the governor, and Attorney General Bill Pryor all tell Judge Roy Moore that it's time to, you know, obey the law.
All they want to do is move the damn thing to a part of the building that's not public. That's not acceptable for Moore.
Last night a "plywood-like" partition was put around the monument. Moore rode to the rescue:
Moore's spokesman, Tom Parker, said Moore was out of town for a family funeral but decided to return to Montgomery when he learned the monument had been walled from public view.
Hey, relatives die every day -- but if plywood is put around the monument, there'll be no conceivable way anyone in the state of Alabama will be able to read the Ten Commandments. Or something like that.