- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 15, 2012

Over the years, the American people have been very tolerant of those who have expressed a disbelief in God. Now, however, those same people are attacking, removing or trying to remove anything in this country pertaining to God.

At first, the disbelievers sent up trial balloons attacking relatively small issues, but every time they were successful, they became more emboldened. Some people have stood up and fought them in the courts, only to be knocked down, often by a federal judge.

If the majority of the American people want God’s name to remain on our government buildings and currency, “We, the people” should demand it. One of the objectives when trying to take over a country is to demoralize its people. Removing God’s name from their everyday lives against their will and challenging religion in an effort to drive a wedge between church and the people are two good examples.

May God continue to bless America. With so much anti-God sentiment being voiced, I pray He will.

RON WOOTTERS



Lambertville, N.J.

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