Below are some examples of money, or a pledge that illustrate how explicitly unconstitutional the current state of each is. Imagine the outrage if the pledge or money were adorned suddenly with new wording.
In Allah we trust.
In Buddha we trust.
We trust that gods don't exist.
I pledge allegiance to the flag... one nation, without gods, indivisible...
... one nation, bless'ed be, indivisible...
... one nation, transcending perception into true reality, indivisible...
If money suddenly read "In Allah we trust." the Supreme Court would certainly not have ruled that it has lost religious meaning through wrote repetition. (As they did when the constitutionality of currency was challenged) I wonder how many copies of the Bible need to be sold before it's considered to have lost religious meaning through wrote repetition?
It's a short rant, but a pet peeve of mine. As long as i can, I will not use physical currency in protest.