Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Federal Reserve Orders Oklahoma Bank To Remove Crosses, Bible Verse From It's Building

This is stupid and overwhelmingly on this news site, that I even casted my vote on, believe the Feds overstepped their boundries on this issue. Who cares if someone would had been offended by it. You can almost be offended and sued by anyone for anything now days. What's next, we all live in bubbles? The other thing they made the tellers remove were buttons that said "Merry Christmas, may God be with us". I hate the fact that "Merry Christmas" is becoming taboo now and you can't even say that. Come on! Common sense people...

KOCO.Com: A small-town bank in Oklahoma said the Federal Reserve won’t let it keep religious signs and symbols on display.

Federal Reserve examiners come every four years to make sure banks are complying with a long list of regulations. The examiners came to Perkins last week. And the team from Kansas City deemed a Bible verse of the day, crosses on the teller’s counter and buttons that say "Merry Christmas, God With Us." were inappropriate. The Bible verse of the day on the bank's Internet site also had to be taken down.


Read the full article and watch the brief news video here

h/t The Economic Collapse

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