I think the best way to put how to deal with the crosses there:
This is ours, not yours. We paid for it, we own it, we will decide what is done with it. No outsiders need apply.
I do notice that the people most worked up about it are not veterans. You made your decision to have no voice in the matter a long time ago, live with it. We live without the fallen, some of us live in pain of a less complete sacrifice.
If we decide those crosses no longer do honor to our comrades, we will remove them. Until that day, you get to tolerate something that is offensive to you in the same way we tolerate so many things offensive to us.
It is not yours, you did not pay for it, you do not own even a tiny part of it, you have no say about it. Kindly shut up.
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