Re: Phranc SALT LAKE CITY, UT"Did you really just say "moral
majority?""Yes, a majority of today's Americans would
not tolerate the deletion of "In God We Trust" from our currency. And
no, politicians won't commit suicide by opposing them on this issue.The fact cannot be denied that "In God We Trust" is on all our
coinage and all our paper money and it is going to stay there for the
@riflemanDid you really just say "moral majority?" I almost fail
of my chair laughing, there is nothing moral about the behaviors of those that
claim this title.
@rifleman so the politicians live in fear of the "moral majority"
(very loaded title) and somehow you think this is moral?
Don't want one? Don't get one.
The article isn't clear-- does it merely take 500 orders to get a plate
design made, or does the plate design have to be legislatively authorized first
and then 500 pre-orders are required to start production?Who is up
for a Flying Spaghetti Monster plate? Count me in.
Re: A Scientist Provo, UT"Yes, and those are inappropriate. Remove
them all."The moral majority just wouldn't tolerate it, and
politicians who want to keep their jobs fear the people. "In God We
Trust" is something atheists are just going to have to learn to live with.
Yes, and those are inappropriate. Remove them all.
Re: The Scientist Provo, UTlost in DC hit the nail squarely on the
head. Each and every US coin and all denominations of US paper money bear the
inscription "In God We Trust". Most people who claim they
don't believe in God resort to asking for His help when their life is on
scientist,OK, give me all your coin and currency if the phrase is so
offensive to you.
What about those of us who believe in freedom and liberty, but not in god?Oh, well. We will find a home somewhere.