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Homotextual: Dan Burton

Filed By Ed Team | November 23, 2007 7:05 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Congress, Dan Burton, In God We Trust, Indiana, money, Republicans

"Recently, there were thousands of coins minted without 'In God We Trust' on them, and now they're talking about putting 'In God We Trust' in an obscure place on coins so that people can't read it, right on the edge of the coin. Once you start turning your back on the good Lord, I think you are going to reap the whirlwind, and this is something this nation cannot afford to do right now."

-- Indiana Congressman Dan Burton (R) explaining why introduced legislation to demand "In God We Trust" be retained in a prominent place on U.S. currency and coinage

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Dan Burton can't show up to vote for anything in the House, and when he does show up, this is what he presents? Seriously, what a great rep. The people of North/East suburban Indianapolis and rural central Indiana are well served.