Should the pledge be taken out of school do to separation of church and state?

Posted by: HunterWoods

  • Keep it!!!

  • Get it out of there!!!

61% 11 votes
39% 7 votes
  • for the last four decades, atheists have been doing their best to remove God from our lives. They kicked Him out of our schools, our courts and the halls of power. Look where it's gotten us. Americas days are numbered. God will surely judge us. It won't be pretty.

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briantheliberal says2014-06-29T20:33:08.4898796-05:00
No, just take the "under god" verse out of the pledge and leave it how it was originally written before Christians decided to desecrate it.
HunterWoods says2014-06-29T20:44:12.3194927-05:00
Please leave your opinion.
lifemeansevolutionisgood says2014-06-29T21:34:53.7013074-05:00
Freedom of Expression makes it so you cannot force them to say it. The Establishment clause makes it so the words "under God" are unconstitutional. I am a theist and even I understand that.
CarterWale says2014-06-29T23:02:16.6199435-05:00
Take "Under God" out of the pledge . It was only added in the pledge during the Red Scare 50 years or so ago. And since the United States is not a theocracy it should be taken out.
YamaVonKarma says2014-06-30T14:07:41.5386882-05:00
I just say nothing. I still rise though. If you don't wanna stand for it, at least be quiet during it. Simple.
SweetTea says2014-07-01T16:40:02.0105404-05:00
In your topic, you should've used "due". Think about it.
barnesec says2014-07-01T19:31:12.6157039-05:00
"Under God" was added in the 50's during the Cold War, the same with currency, this was done to contrast us with godless Commies. This wasn't something the Founders came up with.
proton1 says2014-07-01T23:20:50.7464208-05:00
"under god" has only been in the pledge since 1954. Take it out and the problem is solved.

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