So lately I keep seeing posts on facebook about God in schools. People seem to think that Christians should have the freedom to pray in schools and teach religion in our classrooms. Most schools no longer say the Pledge of Allegiance because it says "under God." There is so much outrage because of the lack of "freedom" for Christians. This annoys me so much because they do not care about the freedom of non theists! Should my freedom be taken away to not have to listens to teachers preach in my classroom. I agree that we should say the Pledge of Allegiance but AFTER we return it to its originality without "under God." Recently there was a post for a boycott against Pepsi's new cans that have the Pledge of Allegiance but do not include "under God." I am thankful for Pepsi's choice on this matter and think it is ridiculous for people to boycott this. It's not like us atheists would stop buying Pepsi if it did say "under God." Religion does not belong in our state, whether it is our schools or the Pepsi can on the shelf. Why is it that it seems to only matters that Christians get their freedom to have God in our state but it does not matter that we atheists should have the freedom not to have God shoved down our throats?