Discussion in 'Media' started by Truthseeker420, Jun 23, 2012.
Steve Doocy Validates GOP Congressman's Fibs About Anti-Christian Bias In USAF - NewsHounds
Funny, cause the radical right wing Christians are "anti freedom".
For someone who claims to 'seek truth', you seem to be hellbent on lying. Interesting.
What have I lied about?
During my almost 12 years on active duty in combat units, Christianity was always favored, and I am told by my friends on active duty now, nothing has change.
However, some of the evangelical and christian sects try to increase their influence at the expense of individuals' rights to be left alone.
First of all it's impossible to validate something that isn't true. It's clear that Soros Media Matters is working overtime to cherry pick words and sentences and turn them over to Huffington for an edit and rewrite so we are dealing with a lot of crap thrown up by the left that they hope sticks so people quit talking about real issues. Doesn't it occur to you that the example you cite indicate that conservative Christians are not allowed to impose their will on the Military? It must be another example of Alinsky upside down logic when the left worries about "Jesus own network" when we have been waiting for three freaking years for the Jihad Major to be tried for murdering 13 American Soldiers and wounding 30 others because he thought his Islamic teachings trumped his sworn oath to the United States.
whitehall, nothing you have written above challenges the thesis that evangelical Christians in the military try to impose their beliefs on their fellow service members.
The jihad major freaking shot 13 Soldiers because he thought his oath to Islam trumped his oath to the United states and you worry about evangelical Christian ministers? It's gotta be some sort of Alinsky reverse logic try.
I am not worried about evangelical pressure: I never permitted it when I was on active duy.
The jihad major should go to court-martial, I agree.
And my point remainst: yes, Christian evangelicals try to impose their belief system in the military.
In my 20 years of service, I was never ordered to go to church. Even in Basic Training, it was voluntary.
No one ever tried to impose their beliefs on me.
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