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I pledge Allegiance to
November 14, 2018 @ 01:24:56 pm

the flag

of the United States of America

and to the Republic for which it stands

one nation under God

indivisible

with Liberty and Justice for all

play ball!

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gakINGKONG

New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 01:28:30 pm
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Heavens to Megatron!


Erimitus

New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 02:14:41 pm
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When was the Pledge first used and why


gakINGKONG

New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 02:33:05 pm
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@Erimitus Said

When was the Pledge first used and why



I was in kindergarten Winnie the Pooh room.

Mathew 5:34 says don't take an oath. Not sure if an oath and pledge are the same.

Swearing by my tattoo isn't the same as getting married to it so I suppose it's okay to pledge allegiance just as a sense of national identity. You can be a national of America and a national of heaven at the same time.


chaski

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New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 03:09:53 pm
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@Erimitus Said

When was the Pledge first used and why



Civil War... or shortly there after..

Why? Probably s nation healing thing, sort of...

The "under God" part didn't come until the 50's.


Erimitus

New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 03:29:09 pm
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@chaski Said

Civil War... or shortly there after..

Why? Probably s nation healing thing, sort of...

The "under God" part didn't come until the 50's.



TY

It may be that the Confederate soldiers were required to pledge allegiance


Erimitus

New Post! November 14, 2018 @ 03:35:05 pm
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@gakINGKONG Said

I was in kindergarten Winnie the Pooh room.

Mathew 5:34 says don't take an oath. Not sure if an oath and pledge are the same.

Swearing by my tattoo isn't the same as getting married to it so I suppose it's okay to pledge allegiance just as a sense of national identity. You can be a national of America and a national of heaven at the same time.



I have been using oath and pledge as synonyms; both, the way I use them, mean promise.

I pledge allegiance
I take an oath of allegiance

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