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Fidel Castro in fun
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Making an error and by saying the "second amendment" instead of first amendment does not invalidate my argument. It's certainly not as silly as your mistake.

You said "But it is a fact that Congress enacted a law establishing xtianity as a religion when they they passed this egregious law." Not sure what "they they means".

But none the less, that is a very uninformed interpretation of the first amendment to say the least.

Again, feel free to point out where or how the first amendment established Christianity as a religion when Christianity existed well before the first amendment and no where does the first amendment prohibite placing god on money. But feel free to point it out.

Maybe this will help:

The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.
Fidel Castro in fun
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A lot of words, wow, what a surprise. I guess to the reading impaired or people with poor comprehension skills it would seem like a lot of words.

Sorry if you ignore my facts and then go on to insert your nonsense into a conversation that is obviously above your head. Mental illness must be a hard thing for you to deal with, good luck with that.

And again you prove you don't understand the second amendment, just reading what you say can make someone feel as if they are getting dumber.

You said: "That religious psyco-babble doesn't belong on our federally created fiat currency." Again, the second amendment is not violated by writing ANYLTHING on money including religious nonsense.

WHY? Because it's NOT a law or a requirement, it does not take away someone's rights of redress, assembly, speech or anything else. Get it genius?

Writing religious nonsense on money is not demanding or taking anything away or creating a law that one must respect or obey it. Only a dummy would think that. Ooops, sorry, I mean a special person like you.

Again, when you read this, move your lips real slow, maybe that will help you.

P.s. I kept the words small and the reply short just so as not to confuse you.
Fidel Castro in fun
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Wow, so confused, yet so sure of yourself, I think there is a lesson in there.

First off I wasn't talking about god being put on coins due to a statement against the " Godlessness of Communism ", that was why it was put on our paper money in 1957 just like it was put in our Pledge of Allegiance in 1954, and yes, Communism did exist then, pick up a book and look it up.

You keep repeating that I don't understand the first amendment and yet its obvious you have no idea of what it actually is or says. Because you ignorantly keep implying that it means you can't write anything god related on our currency, CLEARLY if you read it, you would know, that's not true.

Due to your inability to process what you read, maybe moving your lips slowly when you read this will help you:

The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion, abridging the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.

That being said, please, please, please, feel free to show me how printing god nonsense on currency is "MAKING A LAW respecting an establishment of religion" or how it is "impeding, abridging, infringing or interfering," with anyone's rights of freedom of speech, press, assembly, worship or redress. CLEARLY, you can't because CLEARLY, your someone who can't admit you have no idea of what you are talking about.
Fidel Castro in fun
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My point was "Christianizing" everything about our currency was done to make the communists look godless. Clearly you have no idea but non of that has anything to do with the "First Amendment" as it in NO WAY establishes a religion.
Fidel Castro in fun
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New's flash, not all republicans are Christian.
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