Sunday, February 1, 2009

NBC Poll: Should "In God We Trust" be removed form the U.S. Currency?

AMB reader Josh, received an email about an NBC poll asking whether "In God We Trust" should be removed from the U.S. currency. The email is being circulated between Christians and Josh wanted to share it with us:
Let's surprise NBC!

Here's your chance to let the media know where the people stand on our faith in God, as a nation. NBC is taking a poll on "In God We Trust" to stay on our American currency. Please send this to every Christian you know so they can vote on this important subject. Please do it right away, before NBC takes this off the web page.

Poll is still open so you can vote.

This is not sent for discussion, if you agree forward it, if you don't, delete it. By me forwarding it, you know how I feel. I'll bet this was a surprise to NBC
Poll results are now at 14% Yes, 86% No. Vote here


  1. Most fairy tales are written down, that doesn't make them true.

  2. Maybe we are the ones screwing it up d--- head

  3. <span><span>
    <p><span>It’s an eye-opener to me to see how many of those who support AMB and many other similar forums which allow and encourage participation and the opinions of all those interested (in this case on a God-related topic), many and in some cases most of the comments made include such words and phrases as…referring to God…”isn’t he screwing it up pretty damn bad then?” or </span><span>“</span><span><span>GOD just wants some fuckin bailout money”…” Now go correct the stupid and brainwashed masses” or “Nobody reads the damn shit” or “we would also notice in this instant that 'GOD' was actually, 'DOG'”. Whether you believe in God or not, would you speak to a co-worker or a friend or even a non-friend in this manner? </span></span><span></span>

  4. <p><span><span>It<span>  </span>kinda shows a lack of education too. When one doesn’t know how to describe something or someone with an adjective, it’s easy to use a ‘catch-all” profane or vulgar term. </span></span></p>