^^^Adding to wright's point, this is also a tax payer issue. These fights keep happening, and no matter anyone's opinion, the Separation of Church and State is still in place in the US.
The taxpayer end up footing the bill every single time these fights get dragged into court. I'd be a little less infuriated by that if it wasn't always the same outcome, but the strategy isn't about winning court battles, it's about (a small group) fighting to make the US a theocracy, on the taxpayer dime. The taxpayer, who probably would prefer to spend their tax dollars on things of actual benefit, and probably doesn't realize what a colossal waste of time, money, and resources these stupid no-way-to-win battles end up being. I don't care who pays for the monument, the taxpayers end up paying the legal fees. It's criminally irresponsible for local officials to behave this way.
Screw that noise - enough with the same endless court results! Either stop putting christian monuments up in the first place, or allow any and every religion equal opportunity. Because this IS America and that's how it supposed to work. Our governing document is the Constitution, not the bible.