Don' t buy the new Pepsi can coming out with pics of the Empire State building and The Pledge of Allegiance
on them. Pepsi left out two little words on the pledge "Under God". Pepsi said they didn' t want to offend
anyone. So f we don' t buy them they won' t be offended when they don' t receive our money that has the
words "In God We Trust" on it. How Fast can you repost this
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I ‘Snows says its a hoax - but let me tell ya, I
wouldn' t buy anything that omits any part of our Pledge of Allegiance!
The pledge of allegiance was created by Francis
Bellamy in 1992 as a ploy to sell (aags to schools across the nation.
Under god" wasn' t added to the pledge until 19 54 because
Eisenhower had a Fear of secular Communism. The original salute to
the (iag was known as the 'Bellamy Salute', and was nearly identical
to what most of you would recognize as the Nazi Salute. It would
remain that way until December 22, 194. 1 when Roosevelt instituted
In God We Trust wasn' t added to our currency until July 30, 1956,
Again, by Eisenhower, And even then it wasn' t adopted on all paper
currency until 1966,
The original Fade motto of the US is much more poignant and in
line wih the spirit in which this country was Founded. ‘E pluribus
unum'. But of many, one. This is what was printed on currency From
1795 until the adoption of the current US motto.
In any (ESE, protesting and bohr: ratting a product or company
because they recognize that not all Americans subscribe to one
particular huh, and instead use a previous rendition that had not yet
been tarnished by religious zealots and cowards is both ridiculous and
One of the primary reasons this country was Founded and populated
in the first place was For the freedom of religious persecution. I am
saddened to see this making a comeback. 250 years later.
But people who don' t believe in your Jesus should just go back home,
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