Tuesday, November 1, 2011


The U.S. House of Representatives will vote Tuesday on a resolution to affirm the phrase “In God We Trust” as the nation’s official motto, according to Politico.

Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA), the founder and chairman of the Congressional Prayer Caucus, sponsored the legislation. It would encourage the public display of the motto in all public buildings, public schools and government institutions.

Forbes said he introduced the bill in January because he was troubled by a pattern of omitting God from the nation’s heritage.


Who knew this was the most pressing issue facing the nation?


CAFKIA said...

I will bet you dollars to donuts that the phrase is not displayed, prominently or otherwise, in the hypocritical congressman's (is that redundant?) home.

Anonymous said...

Well, that's helpful! I feel sure that fixing a "motto" will create a ripple effect that will benefit all. Yay! :)

Jay in N.C.

montag said...

It is very important to maintain our god given moral superiority over the godless commies and anyone else we don't like.

Gordon said...

They're leaving out half the motto! "In God we trust. All others pay cash". I'd put that on the wall.