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Christianity &Rationals Johnson on 02 Feb 2009 12:05 am

Should the motto “In God We Trust” be removed from U.S. currency?

This MSNBC poll has over 10 million votes so far:

Should the motto “In God We Trust” be removed from U.S. currency?

16% vote yes, about exactly what you would expect in the U.S. based on the percentage of atheists in the population.

5 Responses to “Should the motto “In God We Trust” be removed from U.S. currency?”

  1. on 02 Feb 2009 at 10:46 pm 1.amanda said …

    I don’t think it should be removed it is part of the foundation this country was built upon. I think when we started removing prayer from the public schools and removed the ten commandments hanging in the classroom then we removed the religious freedom that founded the US. PLEASE DON’T REMOVE ANYTHING ELSE!

  2. on 02 Feb 2009 at 10:51 pm 2.Hermes said …

    Amanda; Do you know who Senator McCarthy was?

  3. on 03 Feb 2009 at 1:55 am 3.Gern Blansten said …

    Amanda, you are grossly misinformed. This country was not founded on any religion at all. If you want me to point you toward proof, just ask.

  4. on 04 Feb 2009 at 9:01 pm 4.3D said …

    Of course it should be removed. The fact that there is even an argument about this is depressing.

  5. on 05 Feb 2009 at 4:51 pm 5.vivian said …

    I don’t want “In God We Trust” removed, I just want money put back to it’s orginal form that had no god on it, along with the Pledge.

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