"In God We Trust" is back in business at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. When it opened in December of 2008, those words were not engraved anywhere. The Congressional Prayer Caucus was able to pass legislation to make sure those words were added and voila! See the picture below:
Rep. Randy Forbes of Virginia says the following:
“This was accomplished due to the efforts of so many individuals in Congress and across the country who were willing to stand up on behalf of our nation’s religious heritage. Thousands of visitors will walk through the center each day. The efforts of the individuals that have joined in this issue have enabled those visitors to experience a more accurate depiction of our nation’s heritage written in stone. This success serves as proof that because we believe, we stand, and because we stand, we can make a difference,” said Forbes.
By the way, look below to see what engraving the Congressional Prayer Caucus really wanted. This was their first choice:
C'mon just a joke! A little Evangelical humor! Yes we actually have a sense of humor. Barry Lynn is probably not laughing.
Oy-vey! Someone get me a Knish!