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(CNN) Fox News pundit Dana Perino said she of atheists attempting to remove the phrase God from the Pledge of Allegiance, adding, these people really don like it, they don have to live here. co host of Fox Five was referring to a suit brought by the American Humanist Association in Massachusetts, where the state Supreme Judicial Court heard a challenge to the pledge on Wednesday.

The group executive director, Roy Speckhardt, called the suit first challenge of its kind, butPerino begged to differ.

Perino, who was White House press secretary for George W. Bush from 2007 2009, said she recalled working at the Justice Department in 2001 a lawsuit like this came through. former Bush spokeswoman added that the day had finished the United States Senate and the House of Representatives had both passed resolutions saying that they were for keeping ‘under God’ in the pledge. these people don like it, they don have to live here, Perino added.

David Silverman, president of the American Atheists, called Perino comments for one, am tired of those Christians, like Ms. Perino, who think that equality is somehow un American, Silverman said. Ms. Perino doesn like being only equal, it is she who will have to leave America to some other country that doesn value religious liberty. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with atheist Michael Newdow who argued that the words God in the pledge amounted to an unconstitutional government endorsement of religion. The Supreme Court overturned that ruling.

Congress added the words God in 1954 amid the red scare over the Soviet Union. In November 2002, after the Newdow ruling, Congress passed a law reaffirming God in the pledge.

Greg Gutfeld, another co host on Five, continued the discussion after Perino, saying the Pledge of Allegiance not a prayer, it a patriotic exercise. In a sense, it basically saying: Thanks for giving us the freedom to be an atheist. Massachusetts case, which was brought by an unidentified family of a student at a school in suburban Boston, will be argued on the premise that the pledge violates the Equal Rights Amendment of the Massachusetts Constitution.

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It is the first such case to be tried on the state level: All previous attempts have been argued in federal court on the grounds that God was an unconstitutional violation of the separation of church and state.

CNN Kevin Conlon contributed to this report.

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I honestly don care if it in there or not. but to say that removing it somehow steps on anothers religious freedom is extremely ignorant of what Religious Freedom actually is.

I agree that it should not be in the pledge nor should it be on our currency. Our government should be a neutral government not favoring one religion over another, if this is the case than change it to Allah we trust imagine how angry people would get over that. take a minute to think about that, let it sink in. I do not watch fox news because of things like this. Once a news station stops being neutral then it stops being an accurate news outlet. I think the government should be pushed to change our currency and the pledge and if any religion wants to step up and want to push to change it back than they should have to pay the admission price, you know tax the church. If we did that our national debt would be paid off. So maybe we should push to make that change and we might as well boycott fox news.

No one is attacking people freedom of religion. No one is saying that individuals won be allowed to pray, or say the God version of the pledge. Same with things like nativity scenes on courthouse lawns, or placards with the ten commandments atheists argue for equality that firstly, the government should not provide funding for religious symbols, and also that if the symbols of one religion are allowed there should be a procedure in place to allow the symbols of other organizations to also be displayed, regardless of religious affiliation. However, no atheist lawsuit that I aware of has ever argued against being able to display privately funded religious symbols on private property you still have a right to a nativity scene. We just don want it to be funded by the government and permanently affixed to the courthouse steps.
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