3/9/17 Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) Unconstitutionally Promotes Religion for its “Year Of The Family”

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5 Comments

  1. Joshua Rownd

    Oh please, all that says is that there should be spiritual wellness, no leaning towards any religion, because it says that they should pray, do Catholics, Jews, Christians, Muslims, Mormons, etc. pray of course they do.

  2. Connie

    The Air Force is infested with theocrats who refuse to acknowledge the value of the First Amendment. I’m thankful the MRFF will show them the error of their ways. Mikey for the win!

  3. Joshua Rownd

    I highly doubt it, does Weinstein realize where the wording is even from, let me enlighten him a little here – The problem? That’s not even AFGSC’s word.

    It’s from ObamaCare.

    In 2013, Regina Benjamin — then President Obama’s Surgeon General — wrote about preventative health care and ObamaCare, more accurately known as the Affordable Care Act. Benjamin said [emphasis added]:

    Today, prevention is the foundation of my work as Surgeon General. Health does not occur in a doctor’s office alone: health also occurs where we live, learn, work, play, and pray. Oops, major fail by Weinstein. I guess the wording is okay except for the word pray, He does not want people to pray.

    “In the thousands of institutions that describe the “environment” with these words, including the US government, not one remotely attempts to mandate anyone partake in the act of prayer — something everyone with common sense already knows.”

    “Mikey Weinstein’s attempt to portray Global Strike Command as demanding its Airmen “pray” is utterly asinine. Weinstein is doing little more than playing “taboo” with religious-sounding words — but it is a game he clearly needs to lose.

    The Air Force should treat Mikey Weinstein’s latest complaint the same way it has virtually every other one of his complaints recently — dismiss it and ignore it.”

    Weinstein is nothing but a moron!

  4. Connie

    Theocrat believes Mikey files on his own behalf. Inconvenient truth that he acts because others contacted him first.

    The quote is “where we pray”, not whether we pray. This means health care is a 24/7 concern, not that religion or prayer is necessarily a part of it.

    The Air Force plan makes prayer a part of their wellness campaign, making religion a requirement. As I understand the rules, they can’t do that.

    Of course JR doesn’t understand. I guess I didn’t expect him to as he believes his religion should be the only religion. American Taliban much, JR?

  5. G

    “The Air Force should treat Mikey Weinstein’s latest complaint the same way it has virtually every other one of his complaints recently — dismiss it and ignore it.””

    Well, JR., the Air Force has been losing and still have not learned their lesson.

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