Inclusion: All Faiths and None
In the American melting pot, people come from all walks of life, yet can feel connected to each other through shared pride of our national heritage. Every American, no matter who they are and what they believe, should feel included in our national symbols and traditions.
When the government favors any one group over another, we are divided by our differences instead of unified by what we share in common. In a secular country, patriotism has no religion. Secular values voters stand for a religiously neutral government that celebrates and fosters the diversity of its citizens.