Is the Pledge Constutional?

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Title: Is the Pledge Constutional?
 
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Subject: United States
Author: Juliana R
Date: June 30, 2009
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In this day in age must we really continue to repeat the same short verse every day? I feel we need to evaluate the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance. If you feel that the matter must be addressed, do something about it and take a stand, more like don’t stand, and don’t say it...
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Under the United State’s flag no one can force you to say anything. It is a little hypocritical for us to have to say “…and to the Republic for which it stands…” when we don’t have much of a choice to say it or not. Our nation’s veterans did not fight and die so that we can say some outdated and controversial pledge everyday...
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