http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9083RK80&show_article=1 This should make for a fun debate. Some thoughts I have (some are kind of outside the box): Is Florida willing to do the Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, and Hindu plates? Atheist plates that say, "I don't believe?" Regardless of how you feel....in today's world, you know that's coming... (this particular point has nothing to do with faith) I personally dislike specialty plates--all of them. From a law enforcement standpoint...in Alabama, it's darn near impossible to tell what state plate you're looking at (AL has about 3,000,000 specialty plates). I've been a victim of a hit and run...and getting a license plate that is on the run is hard enough. You can't even tell what state many of these are! (that was the case in my situation) I wish our states would only offer standard state plates. But......these suckers are money-makers for the state, so that ain't happening. Can you imagine how much money the State of Florida is going to have to spend in attorneys fees and court costs defending this? Of course, the ACLU's argument is, "This promotes religion...which violates the 1st Amendment." What say you......does this promote religion....or is it just someone's personal expression? I think I lean here to the latter, since this plate is totally optional. Honestly, I'm conflicted just a bit. On one hand, I'm tired of the assault on Christians, and when in doubt, I'm going to lean toward free speech. But, I do think with this, you make it hard to shut the door on other world religions having their own plates. Of course, the ACLU has come out hollering....and I don't think I could agree with them, ever...I might end up hospitalized. :laugh: I am serious, btw, that I think specialty plates are a terrible idea (from an ID and simplicity standpoint). And if the states would just not have them, we'd have to fight about something else.