Yesterday, the Tennessee State Senate unanimously voted in favor of a bill that would add a sign to the state capitol building reading “In God We Trust.”
The Senate bill also includes this amendment:
… authorization for the [state capitol] commission, using private funding, to erect the words “In God We Trust” behind the lecterns of the speakers of each chamber of the general assembly and above the primary entrance doors to each chamber.
Because it’s not enough just to adopt the motto. They have to make sure every damn person can see it. You know, why not just stick an “Atheists and Muslims and Hindus not welcome” sign next to it since that’s what these politicians really want?
(Thanks to Jeremy for the link)