Facebook group backs ‘God’ decals

Aug 24, 2015

By LDR Staff

A letter asking the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office to remove “In God We Trust” decals from patrol cars has sparked an outcry from supporters who want the motto to stay.

A local man, Richard Miller, recently started a Facebook group, “Those in favor of the “In God We Trust” on law enforcement vehicles,” to show his support of the decals.


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29 comments on “Facebook group backs ‘God’ decals

  • the notion “in god we trust” means “The best strategy is to do nothing”. It is idiotic.

    Consider the results for prosperity, physical fitness, health, happy relationships…



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  • Roedy
    Aug 24, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    the notion “in god we trust” means “The best strategy is to do nothing”. It is idiotic.

    Just wait until one or more of these cars is a write-off – photograph the decal on the wreck, and post it on Facebook!

    Better trust driving skills, scientifically designed crumple-zones, seat-belts and air-bags!



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  • ” I feel like we need to stand up more for God”
    And all this time I thought he/she was the almighty and could take care of him/her self.
    I guess a bumper sticker on a cop car will do the job.



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  • “In about a week, the group has gained 380 followers, which is about
    100 more people than the group sending the letter (the Freedom From
    Religion Foundation) says it has in the state of Missouri.”

    So… in Missouri a popular vote determines whether the US Constitution holds. Nice.

    Steve



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  • Agrajag
    Aug 24, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    So… in Missouri a popular vote determines whether the US Constitution holds.

    It seems they have still not worked out that the views of massed and comprehension half-wits, do not add up to an a view of intellectual genius by the methodology of adding up the IQs and finding they are equivalent to a single member of Mensa!



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  • Not just Missouri. Local county sheriff refuses to heed FFRF’s letter. His thinking > residents like the decals (even though they didn’t ask for them). Confirmation bias.

    According to the Washington Post, one reason for the popularity, is they act as a good PR move to counter the past year’s events. Ah ha.



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  • Other possible decals for American activities:

    On Nasa’s rockets: In God We Thrust

    On the Wall St banks: In God We Bust

    Detroit car factories: In God We Rust

    The courts: In God We’re Just

    Knocking shops: In God We Lust

    I’m sure that there’s lots more.



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  • Sure.

    5″When you pray, you are not to be like the hypocrites; for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on the street corners so that they may be seen by men. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full. 6″But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.



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  • Richard01
    Aug 25, 2015 at 5:50 am

    Those stickers on police vehicles demand a simple response like “then how can we trust you?”

    Bush asked god if he should invade Iraq!
    It caused havoc, radicalisation, murderous slaughter of masses of the population, regional instability, a massive refugee problem, and seems to have cost the US about $6 trillion!
    There must be a lesson there somewhere!



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  • Exactly what law are these officers paid to uphold? The next step is surely shouts of “Allahu Akbar” (God is Great) every time they shoot someone that the sheriff disapproves of.

    It’s the same bloody minded wilful ignorance as I.S.



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  • Richard01
    Aug 25, 2015 at 5:50 am

    Those stickers on police vehicles demand a simple response like “then how can we trust you?”

    Putting stickers on official police vehicles, which flaunt a constitutionally illegal message, clearly states to the public:-
    “As police officers, we flout the law with impunity and consider ourselves above the law of the land”!



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  • bonnie
    Aug 25, 2015 at 6:43 am

    FSM decal addition

    If only it were possible, especially as there’s a confirmed sighting!

    The bumper-stickers are fairly cheap and available by post from various suppliers. The police cars must be parked up somewhere in public from time to time!

    http://www.cafepress.co.uk/+flying-spaghetti-monster+bumper-stickers

    Surely some others can valiantly donate the additional decals surreptitiously! – in the interests of the constitutionally required even-handed approach!

    Next? “In Allah We Trust”?? – followed by a small cartoon of Mo?



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  • Bill: Exactly what law are these officers paid to uphold? Interpretations of Sharia law, of course!

    Parodying a scene from the film “No Country for Old Men,” an ISP (Islamic State Police) cruiser pulls up behind a motorist on a barren stretch of Missouri highway. With siren blaring and lights flashing, the ISP car directs the portly male motorist over to the shoulder. The bearded jihadist officer approaches the driver who rolls down his window…

    Motorist: “”What’s the problem, officer?”

    Officer: “I see you have an ‘Only Jesus Saves’ bumper sticker.”

    Motorist: “Yep, mighty proud of it. But why did you pull me over? Most everyone has one o’ them.”

    Officer: “Sir, please step out of the car.”

    Motorist: “But I ain’t done nothin’ wrong..why..?”

    Officer: “Sir, I NEED you to step out of the car. I’m giving you a new sobriety test. Stand here in front of my dashboard cam so that we’ll have a video record for your protection.

    Motorist: “OK, now what?”

    Officer: “Stand up straight with arms at your side and tilt your head back with eyes closed…very good.
    Now… stay still.”



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