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Why do so many people get so upset over a word(God)? If there is no God then it is just a word.

Speaking of sin, how many of you get upset and stop fucking if the lady cries out "Oh God!"?

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Tomorrow, on the ballots of voters across American, there's the name of a guy who wears Mormon underarmor to protect him from evil, based on a religion that believes god lives on planet Kolob. He avoided serving in defense of the USA by claiming to be a missionary and living in France.

The Pledge is to patriots of this country, not the god who supplies underarmor to the go of the fake patriot running as the Republic-con Party candidate for executive office.

Anyone who prays to the god of Kolob should be considered an alien, dangerious to national security.

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Well praise the lord and pass the biscuits. The lord jesus is going to save us all. well everyone but us dirty sinfull swingers.


 
 
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"People who are as full of certitude in their own inerrancy as they are lacking in tolerance for dissenting views, probably will never be happy with democracy. "

Total douchebag. 'Under God' was added via the democratic process. If you all don't like it, or can't see it's value, or somehow think it's harming you, then go about changing it using the same process that added it. You're condescending bullshit just doesn't fly.

"Eisenhower stated "From this day forward, the millions of our school children will daily proclaim in every city and town, every village and rural school house, the dedication of our nation and our people to the Almighty. ... In this way we are reaffirming the transcendence of religious faith in America's heritage and future; in this way we shall constantly strengthen those spiritual weapons which forever will be our country's most powerful resource, in peace or in war."

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People who are as full of certitude in their own inerrancy as they are lacking in tolerance for dissenting views, probably will never be happy with democracy.

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Reading these forums is depressing. You all are the reason this country is in the toilet, and you're all too fucking stupid to realize it.

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A flag might be an inanimate object, but the republic for which it stands is quite animated. Especially during election season.

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I don't have a problem taking an oath or reaffirming my allegiance to my country. I do have a problem taking an oath affirming that there is one supreme god and that we are under his divine providence.


 
 
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Never thought of it that way, but pledging allegiance to a flag does seem to be pretty goofy. But hey, there's people out there who believe a book that was written 2000 years ago about a guy who turned water into wine and another guy who actually parted the sea. So I guess talking to a flag for 10 seconds may actually be a step in the right direction.

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A pledge and a prayer are not the same thing.

It seems silly bordering on the absurd to pledge allegiance to an inanimate object.

No country that proudly proclaims itself "sweet land of liberty" should ever require its ordinary citizens to take an oath or allegiance.

I am okay with requiring elected officials and military members take an oath to the U.S. Constitution.

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