Freedom

You do not support freedom by taking away other’s prerogatives. You are clearly wrong on the dog tags

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Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein

From: Mikey Weinstein <[email protected]militaryreligiousfreedom.org>
Date: December 3, 2019 at 12:41:43 PM MST
To:  (name withheld)
Subject: Re:  Freedom

Sorry Tom, you are wrong… The law and the regulations clearly state that getting a license from the military does not allow someone to pollute the logos with a sectarian religious message like this organization has done… Thanks for reaching out though…

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. WFZ337

    You are going to lose Mikey on this, the DoD will approve this and there will be nothing you can do to stop it.

  2. Paul Gray

    I am fine with you having whatever beliefs you have, Mr. Weinstein. However, I am not sure why you or any of your left leaning activist friends, believe you have right to dictate how others believe (if they don’t align to yours). Religious freedom should not take away anyone’s right to believe in Jesus Christ. Just because you choose not to, why do folks like you insist on trying to say it’s wrong for others?
    You can quote any regulation you like, those dog tags were not harming anyone. Your only driver seems to be taking away others freedoms to believe.

    Folks like you are only harming our great nation.

    Shame, sir, shame.

  3. G

    You have any proof that Mr. Weinstein is left leaning?

  4. Grey One talks sass

    Paul,

    Please explain how Mikey and the MRFF are taking away your right to religion as you see fit by insisting a company obey the freaking law?

    Church and State may not mix which is exactly what the vanity dog tags do. Remove the official DOD Army logo and there wouldn’t be an issue. But since Christian Nationalists are WATBs they want what they want, screw the rules. They are privileged, correct?

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