If you care to notice, this bill was introduced at the end
of January 2007, early in the current legislative term which now is about to
end. The bill has lain dormant in
committee ever since, as well it should have.
SB 113 is nothing more, and nothing less than political
game-playing – introduction of a worthless bill that “solves” or “addresses” a bogus
“problem” but is sure to stir up the Yahoos by playing to their worst fears, and
ultimately pit neighbor against neighbor over a non-issue. It exemplifies the worst kind of
2) Re: opt out of pledge by S2 on December 13, 2008
Let me get this straight, even hearing the pledge is somehow compliance with it? So by that logic, if I overhear a pldge to a foriegn country I am participating in that pledge????? In order to opt out of the recitation, one only need not recite. I am not in support of a law requiring the pledge being recited daily, but I certainly don't support banning it so that someone's tender ears don't overhear it against their will.
3) opt out of pledge by Anonymous Citizen on March 12, 2008
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