View Poll Results: Should the words "under god" be removed from the pledge?

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Thread: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

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    Re: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

    That's what it started out as, but one look at the index page should tell you that is no longer true.

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    Anyway, this is a political site, to discuss politics.

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    Re: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

    Can anyone think of an example of adults reciting the Pledge of Allegiance?

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    Re: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    Can anyone think of an example of adults reciting the Pledge of Allegiance?
    We do on Memorial Day when they hold a service.

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    Re: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    Can anyone think of an example of adults reciting the Pledge of Allegiance?
    Not one. It's always the Star-Spangled Banner.

    We try to instill the idea of patriotism in kids by having them delcare allegiance to a country they know nothing about other then that they were born within it. For adults though, allegiance doesn't go farther then to not committ treason against the government. We stay where we are, while contributing to society, as long as the working and living conditions are what we deem acceptable and better oppurtunities don't present them selves else where.
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    Re: Should the words "under God" be removed from the pledge?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey Shane View Post
    Can anyone think of an example of adults reciting the Pledge of Allegiance?
    Only teachers... when they're leading the little tykes in said prayer to the flag.

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