U.S. Rep. Dave Camp is among lawmakers objecting because the U.S. Capitol's architect won't allow God to be mentioned in certificates of authenticity accompanying flags flown over the Capitol and bought by constitutents.
"This is as insulting as it is absurd," Camp said in a prepared statement. "The architect has gone way too far. If we can put 'in God we trust' on our money, then we can certainly put it on a flag certificate when a citizen wants it there."
A 17-year-old Eagle Scout from Ohio reportedly was denied the request to have a certificate read, "This flag was flown in honor of Marcel Larochelle, my grandfather, for his dedication and love of God, country and family."...
Since it is nondescript, "God" should be put on the certificates, it's not like saying "Jesus" for example.
Hmmm, after seeing a picture of the messenger of Satan holding a sword, perhaps that isn't such a bad depiction of the artful liar. I think if horns were added to him it would have been better. A good article of what should never have been in that frieze is at, "U.S. Supreme Court depicts Muhammad"