June 29, 2002
Vote.com allows users to vote on issues, and then (ostensibly) sends the results to the appropriate legislators. They've set up a vote for the "under god" issue
, and also provide space for discussions. They require you to provide a valid e-mail address and your zip code for votes to be sent to legislators, but as far as I know a vote will count in their results without that information - it just won't get sent anywhere. I just voted YES myself, and I'm looking over the discussions.
(It may be worth noting that, in the Vote.com survey you're offered after voting, one of the questions about charities lists a number of religious and "faith-based" organizations.)
Posted by at June 29, 2002 12:12 PM
thank you for the link.
looks like it's a landslide in favor of the "it's history". since 'under god' has only been part of our history for fifty some years, i think that's just ridiculous.
oh, ignorance annoys me.
It bother me that people think that the pledge of alligance should be taken out of our childrens schools. I never hear anyone say that they won't take our money because it say under God. Get real stop this insanity.