Symbolism is significant for everyone - right, left, center.
Notably, an "un-churched" right-wing friend -- clueless that the 6th and 9th commandments exist -- has become a staunch defender of any Christian attempt to feature the Ten Commandments in public spaces while opposing any attempt to feature Islamic, Buddhist or Hindhu scripture in public places.
Whatever one thinks of of this cultural struggle, there is no Constitutional grounding for favoring one religion over another.
The fundamental conflict in all this is that American conservatives do not believe in democracy, instead subscribing (albeit unwittingly) to aristocracy, plutocracy and/or theocracy.
No problem can be properly defined - much less resolved -- unless we call "things" by their true names.
Oklahoma Rep. Mike Ritze (R)