'In God We Trust' No Longer on Coins?


Our Holy Spirit answers:

Nothing is more important than trusting in God. Atheists are simply stuck in their false intellectual conclusions without paying attention to what is really going on deep inside. Atheism is like living with half a testicle. You might still feel passion, but your passion falls infinitely short of the glory that is available.

It matters not what craven image is on your money. Will you choose to feel offended if a picture of Abraham Lincoln is on your money and you are not an admirer of Lincoln? Will you bring a lawsuit if a likeness of George Washington is on your money and you do not trust George Washington? What if you hated the color green? Would you cry like a baby that a government printing greenbacks is not treating you equally?

No one is forced to feel offended. Sticks and stones can break your bones, but if you choose to feel offended by someone's words or thoughts, you are simply not choosing correctly. Chose once again. Happiness is yours for the choosing.

'In God We Trust' to come off coins?

4 comments:

The Uncooperative Blogger said...

Sometimes I think they just hate being reminded they are in the minority.

Your right life is all about choices, and people should choose not to be offended by God.

cmmdtp said...

Good post...you can't please all of the people all of the time. It seems like the atheists are never pleased.

King Bastard said...

Are you against secondhand smoking? Are you against drunk driving?

Those are the questions you have to think about when thinking about how your feelings about your religion impose on other people in a public sense.

I repsect your right to your own choices, and I would expect you would do the same. The expectation of the U.S. Government to keep the separation of church and state has a very long history, and what you stated in your blog basically says you do not respect the separation of church and state, therefore you do not respect the U.S. Constitution. Does that make you un-American?

Kelly said...

The expectation of the U.S. Government to keep the separation of church and state has a very long history,

No it doesn't. What you may be referring to is the "expectation of certain people" to keep God out of the public eye.

How many times do certain people have to be told that there is no constitutionally mandated "separation of church and state" before the truth sinks in? All the Constitution says is that there shouldn't be a national religion. It guarantees freedom to worship...and yet you'd think by listening to certain folks that it forbids it!

what you stated in your blog basically says you do not respect the separation of church and state, therefore you do not respect the U.S. Constitution.

I can't speak for the blogger, but what the heck, I can speak for myself. Repeat after me:

The notion of the "separation of church and state" does not exist in the U.S. Constitution.

Does that make you un-American?

Actually I believe it makes the blogger rather well-informed.