If your constitution is godless, which god do you serve?
If your clothes are godless, what God do you serve?
If your breakfast cereal is godless, which God do you serve?
What sort of drivel is this? A Constitution has the purpose of defining the rights of citizens vis a vis their government. God has nothing to do with this.
People can believe in any god they wish, or none at all. They just need to respect the rights of others to do the same.
Freedom OF religion is also freedom FROM religion.
I fail to see why my coins have to declare that "We" trust in God, or why anyone must get involved in a pledge of allegiance to a flag or the nation it represents.
Christmas is basically a folk custom used to insure a net profit for businesses at the end of the year. Jesus was not actually born on Dec. 25 (that was some mythical being named Mythra), nor did Jesus at any point ask anyone to give gifts in his honor or memory.
As for the Magi's gifts, the gold was no doubt useful for Mary and Joseph to extend their travels. It seems pretty clear that old St. Joe, what with the trip to Bethlehem from Nazareth, and then on to Egypt, got rather a longer vacation than the miserly two weeks American semi-skilled workers (like carpenters) get these days. The Frankincense and Myrrh were things we have no particular use for, as we have better substitutes nowadays. Glade air freshener, embalming fluid, eve hari krishna incense all make for a better-smelling world than the one Jesus was born into, which was a pretty stinky place.
We never did hear what Jesus and family did with the gold, frankincense and myrrh, by the way. Perhaps it's time for a Congressional inquiry. But no, that would be too much interference of government into matters of faith, assuming gold, frankincense and myrrh are indeed matters of faith.
AS I have said before, God on the coins or God in the Pledge is too silly to waste time protesting it in any legal way. The same is true of Christmas. The ACLU is a very useful organization, but it has an overabundance of Jewish lawyers with grudges, a desire to gain local notoriety and too much time on their hands.