NBC is presently taking a poll on whether or not "In God We Trust" should stay on our currency.
Vote on this important subject before NBC takes this off their web page. The poll is still open so you can vote:
What's the point in worrying about it? Since when did anyone look at your currency and think "Ooh America trusts in God. I suppose I should then"? The words are just sentimental statements that don't actually make a blind bit of difference on how or what people think. This is just shifting chairs about on the Titanic.
"Scripture teaches us that if a sparrow can't fall to the ground without his notice, is it likely that an empire will rise without his aid?' And if we don't first go to prayer, We'll be no more successful then the builders of Babel."
I don't. Not really. But thanks for bringing it up for those who do
To your question, I vote a resounding no.
can we vote to replace God with "The CEOs of Freddie and Fannie Mae"?
Thanks Madame X.
I voted NO, it shouldn't be taken off our currency.
As habee said, the results said we're in the 80-some percent majority, praise God!
put whatever you want on the currency...
just give me some please
I voted no. Kind of funny, as an agnostic. I highly support separation of church and state as well. It's just that it's not hurting anything, it's a tradition, not a big deal.
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