Rep. Betty McCollum once left out “under God” from a recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance on the House floor. Obama took “Creator” out of the Declaration on at least a couple of occasions. Today, the undertaker Harry Reid flexed his secular muscle:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) talks about how he enjoys hearing the pledge of allegiance at the beginning of the Senate session, however does not say “under God.” Instead, he says “one nation, indivisible.”

Hey, you try looking at Henry Waxman and Rosa Delauro every day and see if your faith isn’t rattled. Maybe if we replaced “God” with “cowboy poets” Harry would say it.

Click the pic of the undertaker in action to watch:

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Speaking of Reid, he wants America to take Bill Clinton’s “Bridge to the 21st Century” back to the 20th century. How about we just stay where we are and get rid of the idiots, worms, crooks, scumbags and liars in DC instead? Dare to dream.

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3 Responses to “The Pledge: Maybe if Somebody Replaced ‘God’ with ‘Cowboy Poets’ Harry Reid Would Want to Say It”

  1. Clu Seatoe on April 12th, 2011 10:12 pm

    …the pic of the undertaker…

    Harry’s boy wanted to follow his dad into politics. It should be a proud day for dad when his son makes his plans known and wants to follow dad into the ‘business’, whatever dad’s business is.

    Dingy made himself noted for his lies, his scams, and his dirty scheming ways and generally so hated in and around Washington and back home that his son couldn’t even his last name on his bumper stickers when he tried to get elected last Nov.

    Dingy is one miserable, hate filled, bitter old man who ruined what probably could have been a good career and a good family but for his own reasons he trod the other path. He knows it and this is what it’s done to him.

  2. joyannaadams on April 12th, 2011 10:33 pm

    Well…How would Harry know what being "under God" is like? He has NO clue.

  3. Ken in Texas on April 13th, 2011 12:27 am

    Dingy was a total jerk espousing cowboy poetry as a vital necessity, but I've attended several cowboy poetry (my youngest son is a cattle rancher) gatherings and the recitations are (generally) very touching, celebrating the hey-day of the American west.
    Harry is still bung-wad, though.

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