I owe an apology to the folks that may have read my answer to a letter from Lori Stipe condemning the "Jesus fish." For brevity and due to her negative comments about a Godly symbol, I wrote, "If her personal faith is not in the God that our ancestors founded this country on ..." I should have said, "If her personal faith causes her to condemn an officer for showing his faith in the God that our ancestors founded this country on ..."
Mr. Osborne wrote, "The Bill of Rights clearly states that there is no such thing as America's God." I can't find that statement, but I did see that the government cannot establish an official church as some countries do. In this context, it does not say that those in government positions may not exercise their freedom of religion, even on the job. I have no objection to anyone exercising their faith or no faith as long as they don't try to force others to comply with their beliefs.