LET ME COME BACK TO THE 'SHROOM!
I don't think they should even though I'm an atheist.
Per.Dr. Javelin said:
Oh man that sounds scary. Good thing Australian currency only says "Elizabeth II" on it!New Super Mario said:You know you're not supposed to put money on the ground because it has god's name on it? Sounds like a good excuse to pick up spare change on the parking lot floor.
That doesn't make any sense... what would happen if a armored truck carrying mounds of coins got wrecked and they spilled everywhere? Would it be sacrilege to remove them?New Super Mario said:You know you're not supposed to put money on the ground because it has god's name on it? Sounds like a good excuse to pick up spare change on the parking lot floor.
Actually I have heard that there are congressmen who are telling atheist groups that they are supporting them. The catch? They can't say who they are.Mario4Ever said:As much as I think it does not belong there (same with "Under God" in the pledge), it would be incredibly difficult to remove given the religious make-up of the U.S. Congress and because of the fact that it was put there by law (history shows that laws are not easily overturned). I'm also omitting the fact that the removal of "God" from the pledge/currency would piss off much of the voting population and would therefore effectively eliminate our current politicians from being reelected (probably why no one has openly run as an atheist), which is all they really care about these days.