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A type of brainwashing invented by the government of the United States and crammed down your throat by schools since preschool. Translated into simpler terms, the pledge means this:

"I promise my complete loyalty to the flag of the United States, and to the government of the United States, which is a country in which everybody believes in and is ruled by 'God' and human rights are honored, with freedom and due process of law for everybody."

Although it promises human rights, there is no evidence of this elsewhere in the country, and half of the people who recite it every day probably do not know what it means. They just say it because they were told to, like good little subordinates.
Yolanda: "Have you recited the pledge of allegiance today?"
Richard: "No. I do not believe in such foolish brainwashing."
Yolanda: "This is not brainwashing"
Richard: "Uh oh, they have already infected you. Now you must be destroyed."
Jason Q. Dedrickston가 작성 2004년 12월 15일 (수)
 
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That irritating moment in the morning of every school day when we are forced to worship a peice of cloth in the classroom.
"I pledge allegiance to the cloth hanging in the classroom, and to the brainwashin for which it stands, one nation under canada and above mexico." My pledge of allegiance.
Glokwerk가 작성 2006년 07월 18일 (화)
 
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I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
You know what? Christians are right, I mean why should us atheists care about two simple words? Well, how about we turn the situation around on you. How about we change the pledge to say "One Nation, under a non-existent God" instead? Now you can not make a big deal about it and now you can 'just not say it'.
Linux System Message가 작성 2005년 01월 17일 (월)
 
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Daily address read throughout public schools in America every morning. Used to be just fine and dandy until President Eisenhower added 'under God' in 1954 to spite the communists.

Now that 'under God' is a clear violation of the Establishment Clause of the federal Constitution, as defined by the Supreme Court in Engel v. Vitale, people push to remove the words from the Pledge. Others, such as fundamentalist Christians, claim we are a country of God. Whatever. THIS IS NOT A THEOCRACY.
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Don't Mess With Texas가 작성 2004년 03월 28일 (일)
 
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I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the Jewnited States of Americunt, and to the corporations for which it stands, one nation under greed, divisible, with liberty and justice for none.

Fix'd.

Pledge of Allegiance
Comissar가 작성 2010년 10월 03일 (일)
 
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Daily address read in public schools. Instated by Congress. Later, Congress adds "under God" to the Pledge. Somehow fundamentalist Christians believe Congress passing a law respecting an establishment of religion doesn't violate the whole "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion" thing.
America was founded on God and not freedom. If you disagree, I invite you to move out of our great theocracy.
The Eyes of Texas가 작성 2005년 03월 15일 (화)
 
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"I pledge alliegance, to the flag, of the United States of America, and the the republic, for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

The daily reminder in school of how fortunate we are to live in the nation we do. A government of the people, by the people, and for the people. It is our pledge to be in support of our country. Through it, we recognize, and honor, the sacrifices of those who built and protected our nation, past and present.

The phrase, "Under God," is often found to be offensive towards atheists. However, the nation was founded by christians. Even the Natives belived in a higher power. America is, and always has been, a nation of a majority of God-fearing people. Also, God can be interpreted in many ways, such as Yaweh, the Christian God, Allah, the Muslim God, or whichever makes senes to the individual. How can something open to interpretation be offensive?

Lastly, America is NOT fascist. We do not worship the flag. The flag is merely a symbol of our proud nation. We respect and honor it like we would any other symbol of our nation.
The pledge of alleigance represents our loyalty to the nation that truly is the model of the free world. Communism, Feudalism, Mercantilism, and Fascism are all humbled by her glory. Ours is a nation of freedom and democracy. Through the pledge of allegiance, we honor and respect it, for the majority of the world does not enjoy the wealth, power, and standard of living of the US of A.
Captain_hero_man_sir가 작성 2008년 05월 30일 (금)