Have you even read the Seven Aphorisms? If not, why do you automatically assume that they're anti-Christian or anti-American? For that matter, why have so many necons taken to calling any and all opposing viewpoints anti-American? America was founded as a country where people could be free to believe what they wanted to believe and live as they wanted to live, so why do you want everyone to conform to your way? That is what's truly un-American, because it undermines our freedom and our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. By the way, the Seven Aphorisms can be found at the link below if you care to know what you're ranting about.
Maybe the Seven Aphorisms shouldn't be posted in government buildings, but in that case the Ten Commandments shouldn't either. Church and State should be kept separate.
I don't have any feelings about the Seven Aphorisms one way or the other, but the story behind them is that they're supposed to be what was on the original stone tablets Moses brought down from the mountain and broke before returning for the Ten Commandments. If you believe in the Ten Commandments, why would you say they're in opposition if they came from the same source? Maybe you should do a little research before getting emotional.
In any case, I say neither should be displayed in government buildings, because if every religion asked for equal representation (which would be fair and legal), every government building would be wallpapered from end to end with scriptures of every known religion, and that's not what government facilities are for.
I think the three thumbs down are disturbing, because I haven't said anything that a rational person who has read the Bill of Rights could argue with. It's called the First Amendment, folks, and it's the first sentence of it, so our founding fathers considered it to be extremely important. It says, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." Allowing the display of scriptures for one religion and prohibiting it for another is a violation of the First Amendment (see second link).