Friday, May 18, 2012

Religion Clause: Court Rejects Compelled Religious Speech Challenge To Oklahoma License Plates

Religion Clause: Court Rejects Compelled Religious Speech Challenge To Oklahoma License Plates

What's good for the goose is good for the gander.  If atheists have to tolerate "In God We Trust" on our money, then Christians should have to put up with this.

5 comments:

B.R. said...

I don't see what's wrong with our money; if the money says "In God We Trust", then the implication is that money is god. After all, it doesn't say "Yahweh", does it? Or "Jesus"? And it's pretty obvious that to christian conservatives, money is god. Lol.

krisstjeseyatheist said...

B.R. *Obviously" it's not the same money. Your money has cooties...and hell of them.

Kriss

L.Long said...

Actually I do not hold much stock in the judge. He stated that the average looker would not see a religious message in the indian. But what if the indian was pictured with his arms out stretched and looking into the sky? I bet it would be judged very differently.

ex-minister1 said...

OMFSM
I cannot believe how idiotic some people can be.
What about that eye ball on top of the Egyptian pyramid on the dollar bill? Isn't that heathen? I don't recall any Christian churches in that shape.

Quitstorm said...

Not suprised.