Should the Pledge of Allegiance Be Removed from the Jurisdiction of Federal Courts?

  • No, it should not.

    The Pledge of Allegiance is part of our countries pride. It is something the government and citizens alike should be allowed to say whenever they wish. It shows that our nation has come a long way and has undergone many struggles, but in the end we were able to pull through.

  • Because i said so

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  • No. The Pledge of Allegiance should stay in the judicial system.

    No. The Pledge of Allegiance is an important part of American culture. It is important that the Pledge of Allegiance stays in our judicial system as an integral part of federal courts. Our nation was successfully built on the allegiance to our flag, and to what it stands for. We shouldn't remove this from our legal system at any level.

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