ATLANTA–The state of Georgia announced this morning that the new Georgia license tag would allow a sticker with a religious phrase of the owner’s choice for $1.00.
Although the tag is usually depicted with the Christianity-oriented phrase “Hell Yeah God,” phrases for other religions are also for sale, because it would be cosmically stupid, not to mention utterly morally bankrupt, for Georgia to favor a single religion in government when people of all religions live and pay taxes here.
“As anyone who has seen our Georgia megachurches knows, nothing pleases God more than money,” revealed state representative Chastity Baptist O’Lordy. “There’s really no reasy why some of that money can’t be going into the state’s pockets in Jesus’s name. We need the money!”
When asked what the state needed the money for, O’Lordy became agitated.
“We just need it, okay!?” she snarled.
The state has issued a list of approved religious phrases, each allowed to be placed on the license plate with a state-issued sticker:
YAHWEH OR THE HIGHWAY
ALLAHU AKBAR IN MY CAR
GANESH IS BEST
XENU SEES YOU
WE ARE NIHILISTS! WE BELIEVE IN NOTHING!
I LOVE FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER
OFFICIAL BUDDHA SCOOTER
The new license plates will be appearing on Georgia motor vehicles over the next two years.
Cults such as Scientology and the CrossFit exercise movement also seek to add their own phrases to Georgia tags, but lack the proper state support at this time.