Massachusetts Supreme Court to Hear Case Seeking Removal of “Under God” from Pledge of Allegiance

Why don’t these Lefturds just replace “under God” with “under Obama” and be done with it already…

Yeah, you can be good without God, but you’re still going to Hell…

SJC to hear Pledge of Allegiance case
By Michael Hartwell – Sentinel&

LUNENBURG — The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court is gearing up to hear a court case that could permanently strike the phrase “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance recited by schoolchildren.


[An] unidentified [Atheist] family is joined in the case by the American Humanist Association, a secular rights group. They say this violates the equal rights amendment in the Massachusetts Constitution. In addition, they also say the daily recital of the pledge counts as unlawful discrimination.

Anyone else find it hypocritical that the AHA uses God’s name all the time (as seen in the above picture proudly displayed on their main page ), yet refuse that basic right to our children?

On June 8, the lawsuit was rejected by the Middlesex Superior Court, and the Supreme Judicial Court decided last month to hear the case. Oral arguments will start in early 2013, and the judgment should be revealed by early summer.


The case has two separate groups of defendants. One is the school district and Acton-Boxboro Superintendent Stephen E. Mills. The other is a Catholic family headed by Daniel and Ingrid Joyce who have two children in the district, the Knights of Columbus and the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty activist law firm.


Eric Rassbach of the deputy general counsel for the Becket Fund, said the God referred to in the Pledge of Allegiance is the origin of the rights of Americans, not a religious deity.

“They wanted to draw a distinction between countries like the Soviet Union, where rights proceed from the state. He said the Declaration of Independence shows the founding fathers believed rights come from the creator, and that the government can’t take them away.

He said rights that come from the state are fake.

“The state could just declare you don’t have those rights anymore,” said Rassbach. He said that same meaning for God is used in Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and the Massachusetts Constitution.

The interpretation of “God” having a non-religious meaning was supported by Middlesex Superior Court Judge S. Jane Haggerty when she rejected the suit. She wrote that the pledge is a patriotic exercise, not a prayer.


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4 Comments on “Massachusetts Supreme Court to Hear Case Seeking Removal of “Under God” from Pledge of Allegiance”

  1. boudicabpi Says:

    Reblogged this on BPI reblog and commented:
    I would still say the pledge and say it with “Under God”

  2. If atheists and secular (de) humanists don’t want to say ‘God’ in their daily lives. Fine…

    Don’t take away my rights to saying, writing or pledging myself to God because they are offended.

    IF they choose to do that than they are just another facist theocratic group that need to be eliminated.

  3. tgusa Says:

    Leftist supremacists. It’s just a formality, God has already left their building.

  4. tgusa Says:

    Many leftists don’t believe God created the universe, they think aliens did. They don’t believe in God, little gray men, well that’s a different story.
    Its all farce anyway, leftists don’t pledge allegiance to the flag to begin with.
    Want to frighten them, prefer getting placed on one of their lists, start your own pledge club and freely associate together.

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