In 1892, a man by the name of Francis Bellamy wrote one of the most recited lines in the history of the United States. The Pledge of Allegiance. By placing our right hand over our heart and saying these words, we show our loyalty to both flag and country. For years it has been recited high up in our government, during Congressional openings, as well as by the The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America. But what part of these famous words are your favorite? Watch these videos and let us know.

When Bellamy wrote this pledge, did he think it would become such a huge symbol of our country? After being changed 4 times, it still has the same meaning, freedom. We love our country and our flag, and we use these words to show our respect and our loyalty. Red Skelton does a wonderful job of explaining the meaning. So tell us your favorite part of these beautifully written words.