On the contrary; they were just correcting the quote from the pledge of allegiance.Elwenil said:Looks like someone with some blue spray paint needs their ass whipped.
Correct, it was added I believe in '54 to the cheers of most people. It has been in the official Pledge for 56 years. It is the pledge that most people remember saying in school in the morning.Elwenil said:Exactly. Our right to free speech does protect the billboard but it does not protect the vandals unauthorized editing of the billboard. If religious groups want to make a statement, let them dig into the church coffers and buy their own billboard.
And no Todd, I'm not showing solidarity with anyone, merely supporting the idea to remove the religious influence that was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in the 1950s. It was not what was intended and it should be removed and the Pledge recited in classrooms again.
Actually my parents were in high school when it happened. They said everyone was thrilled that our country was recognizing it's Christian roots. That is eye witness evidence to the event. That is pretty good evidence.Elwenil said:So you were there to hear them cheer in 1954? You god much be powerful if he can let you hear things that happened 12 years before you were born. Once again, stating facts not in evidence.