FONT color=#3333ff>A retired
Montgomery County engineer may have started a national movement.
Just recently, Frank Williamson was thwarted in his bid
to display posters depicting the national motto, “In God We Trust,” at
Montgomery County post offices. Now, not only will he see the phrase in his
local county; it will be placed in all 38,000 post offices across the country.
While he initially paid $80 to buy a few posters for his local post offices,
the self-supporting U.S. Postal Service will now foot the bill for the national
“It just shows what one lone individual can do,” said
Williamson, 74, of Montgomery.
…”It’s about time,” he said. “If you
don’t trust in God, who do you trust?”
While I applaud the personal piety of
this engineer I am not quite as thrilled with the government funded piety of
putting posters in every post office. Maybe I just hate to read in an article
anytime it say that some government agency is footing the bill, when that is in
actuality never the case.