An atheist group that recently won its fight to buy ad space for signs on Bloomington city buses was denied in Indianapolis.
The group, known as the Indiana Bus Campaign, filed a federal lawsuit that said Bloomington Transit's policy of not allowing controversial material violated the First Amendment.
Before the case got to court, the transit company agreed to allow the ads, 6News' Renee Jameson reported.
The same group is spreading its message on buses in South Bend, but IndyGo told them that it wouldn't allow the ad.
Atheists in Bloomington and South Bend now have the comfort of knowing there are others like them. They have a support group, so they realize they belong to something bigger than themselves. They can ride the bus around and around and read the "You Can Be Good Without God" signs over and over until they feel at peace.
Atheists in Indianapolis remain alone, insignificant little specks in the universe, bereft of all sympathy and hope of understanding. Can they possibly be good without "You Can Be Good Without Good" to inspire them?