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Is it true that Pepsi has taken "Under God" out of Pledge of Allegiance?

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No, it is a hoax. It is based on something roughly similar on a Dr Pepper can 10 yrs back.

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On new pepsi can "The Empire State Bldg. and the Pledge of Allegiance" on them, pepsi left out 2 little words "Under God" Os this true?

Its a fake story ...Origins: Although there once was at least some element of truth to the item quoted above about the omission of the words "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, the information it contains is long outdated and never had anything to do with Pepsi or Coca-Cola. Neither of those companies is producing, or has it ever produced, redesigned cans bearing any portion of the Pledge of Allegiance or an image of the Empire State Building. This issue concerns a special patriotic can design briefly produced by Dr Pepper back in November 2001, a can which was marketed for a limited time and has been off store shelves for well over a decade (since February 2002).

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