Originally posted by ~Lucidity
misspelling potato. yes i remember that. and i remember another person's chances at a presidential nod being ruined because he yelled yeeeha.
the devil is in the details. little things count. look at the hell we've lived the past eight years because no one paid attention to the details then.
Originally posted by davion
That's like that one lady that said, "If English was good enough for Jesus then it's good enough for me!"
Originally posted by Mcloud313
Maybe Sarah Palin should read this.
The founding fathers weren't devout Christians, like everyone thinks. I wasn't surprised to hear "Under God" was added in 1954, it didn't sound like something they would do.
In fact some of the verbage in the Declaration of Independence was changed by Congress to sound more Christian later.
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
who bash Obama for his occasional "uhh" while in thought
Originally posted by Sunsetspawn
She's one of these gun toting, superstitious, pro-life, anti-gay rednecks that feels that "god did it" is an easy out.
She doesn't care about the history of the pledge because it doesn't support her agenda that the USA and her particular brand of fairy tale and completely intertwined.
You can almost hear dueling bangos...
Originally posted by jsobecky
Wow! So what does that say about the rest of ATS?
Originally posted by Fathom
Is this supposed to make us weary of her because all it does is make me like her even more.
Originally posted by justamomma
The pledge of allegiance with or w/out the "under god" implemented into it is unconstitutional and pushes socialism and/or communism. Wonder how Obama feels about that?
Originally posted by mopusvindictus
Lol, I didn't know that either and I am kind of on the bright side.
In various IQ tests I have scored between 144 and 192, while the tests that contained general knowledge didn't throw me off the scales, those ones cost me plenty of points though.
Originally posted by jam321
reply to post by Andrew E. Wiggin
oh come on Andrew, go drink you a cold six pack.
By the time you come back you will be more than willing to wrap yourself in that flag.