Originally Posted by Rogue15
damn, you just gave me a good idea...*goes to store to buy some spraypaint*
If your doing what I think your doing: Can I help?
Originally Posted by Jae Onasi
It's the national motto. If you object to it, write your Congressman and Senators to propose a bill to remove it as the national motto. At the point it is removed as the national motto, I will then consider your argument to have validity.
Freedom of religion is not the same as freedom from religion. You should learn the difference. I don't want atheism forced down my throat any more than you want theism crammed down yours.
I know many fine, upstanding, first class atheists, including a number of them on this forum, and I am proud to be a fellow citizen with them. Please state where I noted or even implied that atheists are second class citizens, or retract your statement please.
Yeah! You tell him Jae
Why is is such a big deal? Did the people in that group run out of Churches to TP?
Its the national motto (like has been stated before), and this country was started as a Christian nation.
It is within our rights to place "In God we Trust" in places that we see fit.
In fact, I'm going to hang in my barn.
I, for one, approve of the Ewoks. They're a fine representation of the primitive natives doing better in their own environment than the invading white man.
Take that, Avatar.
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America: Where you have the freedom to express your opinions, and I have the freedom to hate you for it.
*dons stetson and putters away on the motor scooter of patriotism*