I watched and rejoiced when I saw the conclusion of the effort of U.S. law enforcement to capture and/or kill the alleged two terrorists who inflicted such pain and suffering on my fellow Americans.
Then I watched our president’s speech from the White House. He concluded with: “One Nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”
Where did this “under God” come from?
As a patriotic American, I am extremely offended by and resent any elected American official’s bringing up this religious reference in a statement to his fellow countrymen. Sounds a little too much like “Allah Akbar” to me.
You know, just because your neighbor doesn’t believe in a mythical bearded man who lives in the sky and grants wishes (thank you, Seth McFarlane) doesn’t make him any less of a person. Or an American.
I guess that they who represent me can only pander to the “religious?”
— Martin M. Lewark