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November 14, 2005

Noisy Newdow wants US coins changed

From The Oklahoman...

Michael Newdow of Sacramento was the keynote speaker at the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma Foundation Bill of Rights Celebration. The event was held at the Clarion Meridian Hotel & Convention Center, 737 S Meridian Ave.

Before speaking to a crowd of about 200 people, Newdow told The Oklahoman he plans to broaden his fight.

"I am about to file to get 'in God we trust' off the front of our currency," he said. "I plan to do that this week."

He said his efforts are not spurred by an atheistic agenda, but rather by a desire to see the government adhere to the U.S. Constitution.

Seems to me he needs to actually read the US Constitution before pontificating about the government's need to adhere to it.

Face it, the guys nothing but a news hound like Cindy “stage-sob” Sheehan.

Hat tip: Stop the ACLU

Coverage: The Wide Awakes

Posted by Danny Carlton at November 14, 2005 05:31 AM

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