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Should "In God We Trust" be replaced entirely by "E Pluribus Unum" on U.S. currency?

Asked by: anthonyluvsband
  • Yes, it should be replaced.

    The country was founded with the principals that it should keep the church and state separate. That makes it seem odd that in the 1950's it put In God We Trust on the money and people act as if it's not a violation and that it was always there. Out of many, one or E Pluribus Unum is much more fitting.

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  • Yrees srgt set

    Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes wooooohooo hoo hoo hoo what the heck yes yes yes yes yes yes i dont know what i am doing anymore i shut needed more words for this dumb site and you should try out the new boflex it really helps get those muscles you always wanted

  • Why waste money

    If we were to change every single currency to replace a phrase it would not be cost effective. Our history has been based off of this phrase so why would we change it? Additionally, not many people pay attention to the phrase anyways so one should not make such a big fuss over it.


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