In God We Trust?
No. Not really. Convince me that the god of Abraham is real and there's no way I'd trust him.
MSNBC is running an online poll here:
"E Pluribus Unum", while recognized only by and act of Congress and not an actual law, was the de facto motto of the United States from 1782 to 1956 when "In God We Trust" was adopted by another act of Congress as explicitly anti-communist propaganda.
"In God We Trust" was used on some coinage going back to 1864 but was always controversial, even among devout Christians, Theodore Roosevelt is thought to have considered it sacrilegious.
Many Americans object to the obviously religious and unconstitutional motto. When not traveling abroad and having to change money, many choose to redact the motto from their currency. I prefer the simplicity of a single line from a black marker. I've been doing it for years. While in Russia, I saw an interview or video post from Penn Jillette where he mentioned that he does it too.
Some people believe it to be illegal, which is untrue. It's only illegal to deface currency in an attempt to defraud (that is, change the denomination). However, I know people have been hassled for doing it in public. Jordsvin, a fairly well known American Heathen writer, has a friend who was arrested by someone who claimed to be an off-duty Sheriff's Deputy. Who was working as a barrista at a coffee shop? I sense a volunteer reservist.