Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Had this happened to the Qur’an all hell would be breaking out by the “Muslim-in-Thief and the media.
Since it concerns the Bible and Christianity there just doesn’t seem to be a story.
The Obama Administration said that it “strongly objects” to a proposed amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, which was drafted in response to evangelical Christian service members facing growing opposition and discrimination.
After an Air Force officer was instructed to remove a Bible from his desk lest it give the impression that he was sanctioning one particular religion, the National Defense Authorization Act was drafted to attempt to protect the religious liberties of soldiers.
Authored by Congressman John Fleming (R-La) the amendment “required the Armed Forces to accommodate ‘actions and speech’ reflecting the conscience, moral principles or religious beliefs of the members.”
The Obama Administration’s reaction to the proposal was that allowing soldiers to verbalize their religious and moral convictions would have a “significant adverse effect on good order, discipline, morale, and mission accomplishment.”
Therefore, Barack and Company agrees that Christian soldiers should be admonished for sharing their faith or – OMG, worse yet – reading a Bible or leaving it out in plain sight.
Absolutely a shit head.
However, diversity remains a high priority for the president – discriminatory diversity, that is.
Therefore, sharing your sexuality, especially if you’re homosexual, is perfectly acceptable. After all, it was Barack Obama who pompously lifted “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” and allowed gays in the military to ask and tell.
Therefore if you are gay and in the military, the president supports both your asking and telling, and if the mood should strike, even…oh, never mind.
On the other hand, if you’re a heterosexual, or worse, a heterosexual Christian, according to the DADT President, asking and telling anything about your faith is strictly prohibited because of the “significant adverse effect” the truth of God’s Word may have on fellow soldiers, especially the asking-and-telling soldiers.
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