“Under God” makes no reference to any specific god of any specific religion. One does not have to be religious or go to church to believe in God. Ergo, there is nothing about it that violates the First Amendment. If you personally feel marginalized by the idea of God, just be honest about it. You'll get a lot more sympathy with that than by trying to rain on everyone else's parade just because you can't accept something you don't like. When you turn your own personal problem into everyone's problem, you only turn yourself into a pariah and invite hostility against you.
Last edited by Unifier; Feb 17 2012 at 04:05 PM.
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