Do the words “In God We Trust” belong on police cars?
Bakersfield, CA
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Editor Note: We’d love to hear your thoughts – do the words “In God We Trust” belong on police cars?  Send us your perspective in the form at the bottom of the article.

There’s a debate raging in Bakersfield, California over the words “In God We Trust”.

Pastor Angelo Frazier, of Riverlakes Community Church, has asked the Bakersfield City Council to put the nation’s motto on the city’s police department vehicles.

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Posted by catsonnen at 5/24/2019 10:57:43 AM

By all means!
Posted by Don young at 5/25/2019 7:37:09 AM


And bring back prayer and teaching the Ten Commandments in school.
Posted by Jf at 5/26/2019 2:58:11 AM

Absolutely NOT! Our forefathers, who were all God fearing men, felt so strongly about this that they included in the Constitution of The United States. SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE. Our ancestors came here to escape a government of religion.
Posted by Speaking truths at 5/28/2019 1:49:33 PM

Yes it needs to be put on every government vehicle in the United States with out God we are a doomed nation if its not to late we may already be a doomed nation because of things like abortation and not teaching our children morals (The 10 Commandments) and removing Prayer from school by the way if they are not taught to Pray at home then you got a mess from the start start Praying people
Posted by Cracker lawson at 5/28/2019 2:07:36 PM

How many remember when The Sante Fe , Texas School District was barred from participating in prayer prior to the start of sports activities games and a couple of years later the same happened to West Branch High School, Beliot, Ohio? Now some politicians want to bar sworn in Pesidents from saying,"So Help Me "GOD"! I can't find any proof what-so-ever that any type of GOD did harm to any human being no matter what your belief may be! What is our world coming to?!?!
Posted by Big Al at 5/28/2019 4:21:11 PM

Ms. Bloomquist needs to be shipped to the Middle East in pine box!
Posted by Big Al at 5/28/2019 4:39:15 PM

I'm with jf
Posted by bw at 5/28/2019 5:06:42 PM

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