Million Dollar Bill Tracts Cause Unnecessary Ruckus

Satan is alive and well and working in Dallas (as well as the rest of the world). A Christian group that has made gospel tracts that look like a one million dollar bill is under scrutiny by the US Secret Service. Apparently the Secret Service feels that these tracts, which mimic standard currency, are in violation of some federal law. I am no rocket scientist, but I would like to point out that there is no such thing as a one million dollar bill. Also, it should be noted that our American dollars do not contain gospel messages. So, I suppose the big question is “Does our Federal Government have nothing better to do than stop the spread of the Gospel message”?

A federal judge in Dallas yesterday said he will issue a ruling within one week on a complaint by a Christian group that had its “million-dollar” gospel tracts seized by the U.S. Secret Service.
The judge put the case on a fast track, said attorney Brian Fahling of the American Family Association Center for Law and Policy, indicating an order will be issued Friday, or at the latest Monday.
Fahling, representing the Denton, Texas-based Great News Network, asked the judge to order return of 8,300 tracts that mimic U.S. currency and to prevent the government agency’s local field office from arresting anyone who distributes them

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One Response to “Million Dollar Bill Tracts Cause Unnecessary Ruckus”

  1. Steve Says:

    This did seem strange to me too. There were several cases sited where other (secular) people had made fake bills, some of which were closer to the real thing then these gospel tracts. It does almost sound like we Christians were singled out.

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