Well, I shall advise you to do what any free person would do without help. Say slowly and carefully so you fully understand the words: "I can add the words 'under God' if I want to. I can add the words 'under God' if I want to. It's not necessary for the Congress to violate the Constitution to let me do this, someone's already thought of the words for me. It's not necessary for the Congress to violate the Constitution to let me do this, someone's already thought of the words for me." Do that several times a day until you feel that you can understand the meaning of freedom.
That should work. Another way to get the concept through for you. Write the words down, wrap them around a brick, and knock yourself out practicing.
You're the one presuming the United States Supreme Court will not only reverse the Ninth Circuit's decision but that that reversal will be infallibly correct. You brought it up, that's where it came from.I don't know where this 'judicial infallability' is coming from.
Don't know about them. They're free people, I'm free. I'm able to read. So I KNOW the pledge is a violation of the Constitution and I don't need a court to do my thinking for me.But several in your camp are wanting to say the Pledge is unconstitutional because a wacko judge said it was.