The phrase "God Bless America" led to disciplinary action for a worker at a northern California hospital. The veteran says he's being discriminated against for his belief in God and country.

Days before Veterans Day, the hospital asked the man to remove the phrase from his work e-mail signature. He says he did remove the phrase, but he was still put on administrative leave.

While it's common for employers to regulate employees e-mail signatures, the man's lawyers say he's being discriminated against. They claim hospital management send mass e-mails with different "philosophical statements."

We really want your opinion on this issue: Should companies be able to suspend their employees for sending "God Bless America" in e-mails? Is the phrase offensive to non-believers, or is this just a case of political correctness taken too far?