In the United States, things like the Ten Commandments and "In God We Trust" simply shouldn't be on public buildings and currency in the first place. The US is not a theocracy, and taxes shouldn't be used to endorse particular religious beliefs. Speaking as both a Satanist and more importantly a tax-paying American citizen who understands this country's explicit secular foundings, I don't want them there either.

Of course, the damage is already done. We already have courthouses with the Ten Commandments and coins with "In God We Trust". So the question is, what can we do about it now?

The analogy I use is that it's like accidentally sending a party invitation to some creep that you absolutely don't want to be there. You really shouldn't have done it in the first place. However, now that you have, there's unfortunately no way to correct the situation without looking like the asshole.

Originally Posted By: Venator
As a Satanist, I honestly could careless.

You mean "could not care less". If you could care less, then you wouldn't be at the state of no longer caring yet. "Careless" as a single word is an adjective, as in "He was pretty careless with his grammar." wink
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