By Jose R. Gonzalez February 9, 2014
Back in November, when podiatrist Lee Rogers was being interviewed as a potential endorsee by the Freethought Equality Fund PAC, the California congressional candidate was surprised by what he learned about the fledgling political action committee.
Rogers didn’t expect the organization, which was formed to promote the interests of the non-believing electorate, to be focused on issues related to education and non-discrimination.
“They were not really concerned with things that you would typically think an atheist group being concerned with, like ‘In God We Trust’ on money. I think one of them even said that they care more about what’s backing our money than what is on it,” Rogers said in an interview with RealClearPolitics. “They were really very pragmatic about the issues that they wanted to support in Washington.”
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