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This is in response to those who want to remove the Cross from Mt. Soledad in San Diego, a cross which is a tribute to veterans. It is part of a debate will never end, but needs to be perfectly clear just the same: the United States is a Christian nation. It was founded by Christians on essentially Christian principles.

Freedom of religion? A Christian concept.

The majority of our Founders? Christian.

The Declaration of Independence refers to 'Laws of Nature and Nature's God' entitling the people their right and concludes (in part) 'with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence'.

The money says In God We Trust.

There are prayers before sessions of Congress.

Presidents regularly end televised addresses 'and God Bless America'.

We could go on, but this is ample evidence. We will point just to same, to all you ignorant of the real Constitution, that the supposed separation of church and state is not a part of it. The phrase was coined by Thomas Jefferson in a speech from 1802. But that little fact won't matter a whit to the atheist bullies and haters out there, will it?

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