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Ya,I noticed that to, it was emphasized and not very natural. I think it was done for comedic shock value, but who knows?
She was throwin' it down Old School. Because, you know, the original Pledge didn't have "under God" in it -- that was courtesy of McCarthy-era Rethuglicans.
Actually, it was the Knights of Columbus (the Catholics) operating through a Michigan senator who pushed it through Congress is 1953 (60 years or so after the pledge was first written). Interestingly, the founding fathers were adamantly against the idea of pledging allegiance to arbitrary symbols -- like crowns or crosses or crucifixes or flags.Masonic symbols, however, they did not find so arbitrary.
A *Republican* senator from Michigan, just for the record...
I'd say a dirty Republican, but that's redundant.
No, I would respect "dirty republican", as well as "ratbastard republican", "evil republican", or just plain "fucko".
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