DarthFierce, you said: The 1st Amendment says Congress shall make no law endorsing religion, which a belief in God does not do. Of course it does. Not everyone believes in God, as it is stated in the POA. What is God, if not a religious icon???? Reciting the phrase "Under God" insinuates that this nation is governed by this religious deity. If saying "One nation under God" does not endorse a religion or "God", then why have it added to the POA in the first place? In answer to your other statements and/or questions, please refer to the [link=http://boards.theforce.net/message.asp?topic=7573591&page=1]"Pledge of Allegiance Ruled Unconstitutional"[/link] thread, as I have already commented on those issues there.