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@5QTFJ3YRepublicanfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

Our rights are God-given. George Washington would have considered such a proposal to be very destructive: "Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim the tribute of patriotism, who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness, these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens...."

@5QZSNPRDemocratfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

If you're going to nit pick division of church and state then say out of the bible when denying gays the right to marriage; women the right to an abortion or birth control - you can't pick and choose.

@B4F9M2NRepublican from Minnesota answered…2wks

No, and the Constitution should be amended to install Catholic Christianity as the state religion of the United States.

@B4CPVV2Constitution from Washington D.C. answered…3wks

No because the separation of Church and State is not in the Constitution and is only referenced to protect religious Liberty, not political thought

@B4BXLZ6Transhumanist from Texas answered…3wks

No and tax religous temples and I believe in God and heaven and spirits and have faith in God

@B49ZNDVLibertarian from Ohio answered…4wks

No, the separation of church and state applies only to the law, not to displays.

@9SZ6329Women’s Equality from Missouri answered…1yr

Yes, but do not waste money because the government is very biased towards Chritianity.

@9QZF67NConstitution from New Hampshire answered…1yr

No, and we should reform the government to follow a Traditional Catholic Integralist Monarchy instead

@9QYM4NKAmericanfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

@9QXZ4Y8Republican from Arizona answered…2yrs

Separation of Church and State is not embedded in the Constitution... it was a letter from Thomas Jefferson to citizens in Rhode Island... and is not a requirement nor codified anywhere in the Constitution...!

@madysen21Peace and Freedom from Utah answered…2yrs

I think religion is an important aspect of our Country's history, so I wouldn't remove them if they exist already, but otherwise yes.

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…2yrs

in our current government yes, but there should be no government, and religion should not be involved in public matters.

@9QSTXY9Peace and Freedom from Idaho answered…2yrs

No, even if religion is not inherently tied to the government, it remains a part of its founding and requires too much time and effort to change

@9QCHR6VVeteranfrom Guam  answered…2yrs

@Cadman-JacksonVeteran from Texas answered…2yrs

No, we need separation of church and state, not separation of God and state.

@9Q3KGTKLibertarian from Missouri answered…2yrs

i don't honestly care, it does seem kinda biased in favor of people who believe in god

@9Q2MW2VSocialist from Indiana answered…2yrs

@9Q2NY78Socialist from New Jersey answered…2yrs

@9P4QTD6Independent from Florida answered…2yrs

@9NZ9SY9Democrat from Arizona answered…2yrs

Don’t take god of the money take god out of the conversations and decision making

@Gemini-JaneWomen’s Equality from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Don't waste resources on things that don't need to be updated. as the govt need new things, it should strive to reach a respectable standard of separation of church and state. Hopefully people will remember separation of church and state doesn't mean your right to practice your religion is being denied. you can have a secular government that respects religious freedom.
Basically, do it on your own time. not within the government. simple as that.

@9NQW9WLDemocrat from West Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes unless it was undeniably added at the time of our country's founding. Anything added after the John Adams' administration should be removed to reinforce the separation of church and state.

@9NFZT3VConstitution from Virginia answered…2yrs

No, this is a misunderstanding of the phrase “separation of church and state”.

@9ND59TLWorking Family from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Again religion is annoying and gets in the way of productivity

@9NCCM4PGreen from Illinois answered…2yrs

This country was founded on separation of church and state. We are not a theocracy. Take religion out of the government.

@9NB369BPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…2yrs

In God we trust there is only one creator and one God under all

@9N9JC5WRepublican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

There is no separation of church and state; only that the government may not establish an official state religion. Anything else is free speech

@9N8LL2XWomen’s Equality from Washington answered…2yrs

No longer use reference to God on money and government buildings. Keep on monuments where it has historical relevance.

@9N6FTMWPeace and Freedom from New York answered…2yrs

@9N3464XVeteran from North Carolina answered…2yrs

no separation of church and state was supposed to be in favor of the churches

@9MW48BLIndependent from New Hampshire answered…2yrs

Yes, and redesign US currency to celebrate American achievement and advancement

@9M8VGVJVeteran from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, do not remove existing references to God on money, federal buildings and national monuments as they are a part of our history.

@9MM6CW7Peace and Freedom from Ohio answered…2yrs

No the government should support separation of church and state by separating church and state. Your religion shouldn't make laws or take them away.

@9M2KQ7JDemocrat from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Yes, it creates a bias against religions that do not believe in God, but do not wast money on removing existing references

@9LR58Q7Progressive from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, religion has no place in determining how the state or country is ran.

@9LKBF8TConstitution from California answered…2yrs

There is no need to "scrub clean" religeon in the State unless it is detrimental to the advancements of the country.

@9LDD98FDemocrat from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes. Not everyone has the same religion in America. Having religion influence laws just creates more biases when religion shouldn't have anything to do with the law in the first place.

@9L6RSX2Women’s Equality from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

I think they should stay and more should only be added if people want them to.

@9L4SGTDVeteran from New Jersey answered…2yrs

No, the state should implement the church and state as one structure again.

@Brendan-FinkenSocialist from Nebraska answered…2yrs

The state and church interference should be dismantled as it causes priests in some “super churches” to become rich, however there is no need to change monuments or currency because it references god.

@9KMLSN8Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, as long as the government doesn't force anyone to participate in any specific religion.

@9KBL37KConstitution from California answered…2yrs

No American values and most of the constitution is somewhat synonymous with Christianity. There is not freedom apart from that religion. We need to be reminded of that or we will find ourself at the mercy of a tyrant.

@Monica-HartLibertarian from Utah answered…2yrs

No, but there should be a more inclusive reference to the varied beliefs of our nation.


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