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Letter of Support for the Pledge

The Pledge of Allegiance Must Continue to Stand, Sign Our Letter of Support

It's become open season on the Pledge of Allegiance. Just days ago, NBC cut-out the phrase “under God” from a televised segment. Now, the City of Eugene, Oregon says the Pledge of Allegiance is too divisive to recite before each city council meeting. Instead, officials have put the Pledge on the shelf, limiting its voluntary recitation to only four times a year. One city council member said the Pledge "does not unite us." Another compared the Pledge to The Communist Manifesto.

It's time to stand up against this outrageous reaction to the Pledge. Join with the ACLJ and send a powerful message to Eugene, Oregon: The Pledge of Allegiance is a time-honored part of our nation's history and heritage. It should be embraced, not shunned. Take a stand against this "political correctness" now.

Add your name to our Letter of Support for the Pledge of Allegiance. When you sign your name, we will send you a free copy of our Foundation’s of Freedom booklet.

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