WND bleating over location of 'In God We Trust' on new coin
These people really have nothing better to do. From the “Faith Under Fire” files at WND, “New U.S. dollar coins hide ‘In God We Trust'”:
“In God We Trust,” the official national motto since 1956 and a familiar sight on U.S. coins and currency, will be hard to find on the new presidential dollar coins scheduled for release to the public Feb. 15, 2007.
The new gold-colored dollar pieces, featuring an images of U.S. presidents, will move the inscription from the face of the coin to the thin edge, along with the year and the previous national motto, “E Pluribus Unum,” Latin for “Out of Many, One.”
…The most common place where the motto is observed in daily life is on U.S. currency and coinage. The first United States coin to bear this national motto was the 1864 two-cent piece. It wasn’t until 1957 that the motto was permanently adopted for use on U.S. money.
I guess they are too lazy to look on the side of the coin to get their deity fix.
Perhaps this is another sign of The End Times and we’ll be rid of these people already.
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