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Also about nation, pledge, and allegiance+382It's stupid how people refuse to say the Pledge of Allegiance because it has "God" in it, and yet they continue to use American money, seeing as it says "One Nation Under God". Amirite?
Also about democratic and republic+180It's annoying when Conservatives speak against socialism by saying that the Nazi party was socialist because they had the word "socialist" in their party name. By that logic; North Korea is democratic because the name of their country is the The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Amirite?
Also by RichardGarcia+48In the (U.S.) Justice System, in asking if a witness will tell the truth, the portion of the question- "Do you swear to tell the truth-" should be changed to "Do you promise to tell the truth-". Since most believers, myself included, believe that swearing is a sin. amirite?
Also about nation, pledge, allegiance, and republic+605Americans: When you say the pledge, you say, "I pledge allegiance. To the flag. Of the United States of America. And to the republic. For which it stands. One nation. Under God. Indivisible. With liberty and justice for all." rather than as one sentence like it was written, amirite?
Also about nation, pledge, and allegiance+96When you were little and reciting America's pledge of allegiance, instead of saying, "one nation under God, indivisible..." you would sometimes accidentally say, "one nation under God, invisible...", amirite?
Also by RichardGarcia+48Since the U.S. is a Democratic Republic, the Pledge of Allegiance should refer to the the Nation as the Democratic Republic and not just the Republic. amirite?
Also about nation, pledge, and allegiance+368Why is "indivisible" in the Pledge of Allegiance? The nation IS divisible, as made evident in the 19th century, amirite?
Also about democratic republic+38The US is no longer a Democratic Republic. amirite? More