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(WPXI.com)   PA State Representative refuses to say the Pledge of Allegiance because it would be praying in public   ( wpxi.com) divider line
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2012-10-05 01:20:27 AM  
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ifarkthereforiam: On the rare occasions I say the pledge, I leave out the 'under God" Part.

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2012-10-04 09:10:09 PM  
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2012-10-05 12:27:57 AM  
1 vote:
Christianity is stupid

I plead alignment to the flakes of the untitled snakes of a merry cow and to the republicans for which they scam one nacho, underpants with licorice and jugs of wine for owls
2012-10-04 09:18:09 PM  
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FTFA: It's a person's right to not say the pledge, but I don't believe anybody should be in elected office that holds that position, and I think a majority of Americans wouldn't elect somebody if they held that position."

Of course--it would be so terrible to have a Jehovah's Witness serving in a public position, right?
2012-10-04 05:19:28 PM  
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I would have said "loyalty oaths are best left to Communists"
2012-10-04 05:17:31 PM  
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After the incident, Metcalfe told reporters, "I think it is shocking that any elected official would not pledge allegiance to the flag.

I think it's shocking that people swear oaths of loyalty to pieces of cloth. Your move, Metcalfe.
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