Wednesday, April 6, 2011

One Nation Indivisible

I thought this was a good article about the Pledge of Allegiance because it's written from a little different perspective. Yes, everyone gets to pledge allegiance to the United States whether or not they choose to use the phrase under God or to omit it-the original didn't contain the phrase. You even get to not pledge if you choose for religious or other reasons. That's what free speech is all about. That's what the gang at Westboro Baptist Church doesn't get. You get to have your opinions, but you don't get to act on them if the result of those beliefs are hateful or hurtful to another. It's not only a question of values and morals but one of ethics as well. And it's most definitely a question of conscious.

About the schedule: we haven't received anything from our source, but we're expecting to shortly. Please don't send links to Shirley or Meghan Phelps' Twitter accounts, or Google Docs, because frankly, neither Sabrina nor I have time to search through all the extraneous junk WBC posts. We also been sent a couple of links that haven't opened, or that hasn't passed the virus scan. When we receive something from a legitimate source, we'll post it. Sorry for the delay.

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