I was raised as a religious American who was taught not to say the pledge of allegiance in school (as I was raised to believe that -all- nations were under God and not just one) so I was particularly appreciative of this. While I no longer believe, I still support the rights of those who do. (Via)
Broken hearted? Maybe you’ll like something over here instead?
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