“In God We Trust” Signs Going Up in Missouri Public Buildings

April 2, 2011 | By | 5 Replies More

This morning I spotted this article on FriendlyAtheist.com and thought I should share. Apparently Dee Wampler, Christian Lawyer, is sending letters and drafts of proposals to every city administration in Missouri to officially declare allegiance to God and to post this motto on the interior and exterior of every City Hall. Go read the first link for all the details.

The sad thing is that it is working. His method is to treat the issue as resolved, and to goad each city board into merely ratifying his contention that this is a Christian nation,  has always been so, and every entity should visibly so proclaim.

Several counties have already unanimously approved and signed into law his proposal.

Theocracy, here we come!


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  1. Dan Klarmann says:

    Maybe it is time to find a national politician brave enough to suggest reverting our national motto to the inclusive and uplifting one favored by our founders: "E Pluribus Unum".

    The current motto is not only offensive to some, but it is grovelling to the most popular invisible friend in the land. Is grovelling (in any form) really what we should be celebrating?

  2. dave says:

    My response to such signs would be to graffiti "Hail Cthulhu!" underneath each one. They can worship a god, but do they know which one?

  3. Erich Vieth says:

    The god many people are worshipping is Mammon.

  4. Tim Hogan says:

    Amen, Erich!

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