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Is your child required to recite the Pledge of Allegiance at school? Do you agree with this practice?


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abcdefghi123 September 28, 2010

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Yes. I always have and my children recite the Pledge of Allegiane. No questions asked.


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pocket_05_elf September 27, 2010

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No I am not required to do so in my school.I don't even think the staff mentions it at all.


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marpike September 23, 2010

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Yes. This is a Christian Nation. All should be required to pledge and say Under God, even if they are other religions. Too bad. This is America, the land of the free. Do as we say or get out. Sincerely, the narrow-minded monolithic population.


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BrendaY September 22, 2010

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Yes,it is a practice in her history class at the middle school level in a public school. She disagrees with the practice, but she is uncomfortable with objecting to it.


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nirvin September 21, 2010

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absolutely! I agree with what was said when people come from other countries to be citizens they should be encouraged to learn it in school while they see our own kids having to know it as well. WE should set the example of how America is looked upon


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jettsmom2005 September 15, 2010

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TO: tiffanieller If we're a "free" country we shouldn't have to do it.


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jettsmom2005 September 15, 2010

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No, and if they were, I would protest. I don't see the point in it. It also states "One nation under God." I don't believe in god and I refuse to be categorized as "under god". Let kids decide for themselves when they're old enough.


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kmrojas86 September 9, 2010

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I believe they should be taught to recite the pledge. If people are bringing their children in to the US from else where, there should be a level of understanding on their part that a sense of patriotism for the US will be promoted..


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Motherof1only September 8, 2010

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It's fine if the parent believes it and it's the child's heritage but what about parents that arent from this country or this heritage? Do they have a choice?


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Motherof1only September 8, 2010

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Being from a foreign country. I think at least the pledge should be practiced maybe from 2nd grade and up. You cant have kingergardener's trying to recite this! Thats unfair to have such an expectation!




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