South Carolina Will Be First State to Get "I Believe" Plates
South Carolinians will soon have the option to express their Christian faith via that most sacred of religious media: a vanity license plate: South Carolina's ...
South Carolinians will soon have the option to express their Christian faith via that most sacred of religious media: a vanity license plate:
South Carolina's lieutenant governor announced Thursday that he is willing to put up $4,000 of his own money so his state can become the first in the nation to issue "I Believe" license plates with the image of a cross and a stained glass window.
Gov. Mark Sanford allowed the bill creating the plates to become law without his signature, noting that the state already allows plates for any cause, so long as enough people get together and put up the money to buy them.
(Although something tells me the state wouldn't stand for an "I Believe" plate with the face of Satan on it...)
(image via Pam's House Blend)
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