If they’re not Christians they should not be allowed to vote.
If they are not a member of an organized religion with one God they should not be allowed to vote.
If they don’t believe in God they should not be allowed to vote.
All citizens should be allowed to vote.
Yeah... and where is "In God We Trust" emblazened the most? On money. Say hello to the real religion of this country.
If people placed their trust in God - not the dogmatic one, but the actual one - our country would be in a much better place.
I think only people whose name is Christian should be allowed to vote.
"To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by rights to hand down to them."~ Theodore Roosevelt (Message to Congress, Dec. 3, 1907)
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"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
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This crap is ridiculous. In Tessa's world, the following people should not be allowed to vote:
1. Those currently in prison for violent crimes/felony convictions.
2. Those who are deceased.
3. Those who are legal dependents of another (minors, those with limited mental capabilities, etc...NOT welfare recipients/entitlement recipients, 'cause I know somebody will go there).
"Hmmm...Can't decide if I want to watch "Four Houses" or give myself an Icy Hot pee hole enema..." - Blake Shelton
To go off on a tangent. I think "In God we Trust" is a poor motto. I don't really oppose it on First Amendment grounds. It's just a motto, and it doesn't force anyone to follow or support certain religious practices. However, it seems like a shallow phrase, devoid of much meaning. It was mostly to distinguish us from the "godless" Communists, but it does a poor job at giving any indication to our nation's character. Personally, I like the old motto, "E. Pluribus Unum." It better encapsulates a defining characteristic of our nation, a great amount of diversity coming together into a single community. That sounds a lot more appropriate than some shallow, indirect rebuke of Communism