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Mississippi Is Fed Up With Censorship, Will Allow Cops To Display “In God We Trust”

Bumper stickers can be a fun way to show off your personal flare and tell the world what matters to you most. If you’re the proud parent of a brilliant youngster, you might have a bumper sticker that says, “My kid is on the honor roll.” If you’re the proud parent of a not so brilliant youngster, you might have a bumper sticker that says, “My kid can beat up your honor roll kid.”

From “Dog is my co-pilot” to “If you don’t like the way I drive, stay off the sidewalk,” we are a nation of drivers who put it all out there on our bumpers for the the world to see and don’t apologize for it. But one Mississippi police department is being chastised for stating its beliefs on the bumpers of their squad cars, and then again on its Facebook page. You won’t believe the controversy surrounding this bumper sticker debacle.

The post garnered a response from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates for separation of church and state, which sent Hunter a letter on August 8 regarding the use of the bumper stickers on the squad cars, as well as the use of a bible verse on its Facebook page. The letter went on to list more grievances.

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