May the Force be with you idiots!

I would like to get a list of your sponsors and donors.
God Bless the USA

(name withheld)


 

Dear (name withheld),
 
Your request for “sponsors and donors” “ain’t gonna happen.”
 
We don’t have sponsors but we do have donors and many of them are military personnel and we protect their privacy.
 
We do have “the force” with us by the military personnel who are involved with the Military Religious Freedom Foundation who know a lot more about religious neutrality in the military than most people do.
 
The Board:
 
Major William E. Barker (Ret)
 
Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson
 
Mikey Weinstein
 
Advisory Board:
 
Lawrence Wilkerson – Secretary of State Colin Powell’s Chief of Staff (2002-2005)
 
Edie Disler – PHD, Lt Col (Ret)
 
Robert S, Dotson – Brigadier General (Ret)
 
Robert T. Herres – Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the first to hold that position. (December 1, 1932 – July 24, 2008) and 36 years in the Air Force
 
A.A. “Tony” Verrengia – Air Force Brigadier General (Ret)
 
John Whiteside – Whiteside is one of only a few military aviators to possess both Senior Command Air Force wings and aircraft carrier qualified Naval Aviator wings, in addition to having been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism in combat during Operation Desert Storm.
 
Eagle Man, Ed McGaa – He is an enrolled Oglala Sioux tribal member, OST 15287. After serving in Korea, he earned an undergraduate degree from St. Johns University, MN. He then later rejoined the Marine Corps to become a fighter pilot.
 
Glen Doherty (Memoriam) Navy Seal killed at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya
 
Plus, many active duty and retired personnel are volunteers and supporters.
 
Thanks for stopping by.
 
Pastor Joan
MRFF Advisory Board Member

Hi (name withheld),

No need for name-calling, unless you don’t have the capacity to offer anything on a slightly higher level of intelligence.

If you’d take the time to read the law (I won’t burden you with the entire constitution) you’d understand that the government and its military cannot be in the business of promoting or suggesting a religious belief or conviction. That’s for individuals to do, as you have above. And that’s fine. It’s just not OK for military officers or those who have authority over others to do so in a time, place or manner that suggests they’re acting on behalf of the government.

I hope that helps lift your mind a bit. Prayer may help, as well. Who knows?

Mike Farrell

(MRFF Board of Advisors)

 

 

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