The bible is to be called the "God Bless the USA" bible. In addition to scriptures, it will contain the Constitution, the Pledge of Allegiance, the Bill of Rights, and the chorus of country music star, Lee Greenwood's song, "God Bless the USA." However, due to pressure from many Christian pastors and groups, the publisher, HarperColins Christian Publishing, has decided not to go forward with the project. The complaints have been that this bible is a toxic mix of American Nationalism and partisan politics, and a vehicle to promote Lee Greenwood. The country music star says he is going ahead with the project by self-publishing the "God Bless the USA" bible using the King James version, since that is in the public domain. What do you think? Is this an appropriate use of scriptures? Is it disrespectful of the Word of God? Or is it just much ado about nothing?