You Don’t Have A Clue…

What is in the Constitution. There is no constitutionally-mandated seperatiin of cchurch and state. I suggest you all return to grade school, and start yiur education over.

Separation of church abd state was a personnal letter between two persons; and to avoid Situations like the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church. Not to keep individuals from expressing their personal beliefs. For example Personalized Dogtags.

FYI: a lot of churches were against state runned churches.. The Baptists particularly.

You need some very fine tuning in your pursuit to fight against GOD, but here is the truth….You lose…

(name withheld)


Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere

On Dec 4, 2019, at 5:17 PM, John Compere wrote:

 

The US Constitution 1st Amendment provides, respectively, our historic trinity of religious freedoms – (1) freedom from religion, (2) freedom of any religion or no religion, & (3) freedom for religion speech. It prohibits our secular government, which includes the military, from “respecting” a religion establishment. Our government must remain neutral regarding religion (neither pro-religion nor anti-religion, but religion-neutral. Its genesis was the 1785 Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom mandating “no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship, place, or ministry whatsoever.” The US Supreme Court (which has the exclusive constitutional authority under Article III, Section 2) has continuously so ruled.
 
For your information, even Jesus separated religion & government (see Mark 12:17).
 
Brigadier General John Compere, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, US Army (Retired)
Former Chief Judge, US Army Court of Military Review & US Army Legal Services Agency
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (80% Christians)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Dec 4, 2019 2:24 PM, Mike  wrote:

Dear (name withheld),
The insults to spelling and grammar in your missive certainly tell us a lot about your ability to read and
understand the constitution and the laws of the United States.
I think no more need be said.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

You still do not have a clue.  Read the Constitution.  And i do not think I was particularly insulting.  But i do admit my typng skills SUCK
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Dec 4, 2019, at 7:13 PM, Mike  wrote:

Well, you got me. You made me laugh out loud. I get it about the typing.
But you were insulting and there’s no reason for that.
As to the separation of church and state not being in the Constitution, neither is God. That certainly
doesn’t mean God doesn’t exist, does it?
Bottom line is you’re quite wrong about the separation of church and state. And, not incidentally,
you’re also wrong about our perpetrating a “fight against GOD.” In fact, 95% of the staff, clients, members and supporters of the MRFF are Christians. We have no quarrel with God; we have a quarrel with those
who insist there is only one true faith and they want America to endorse it and the American military to be God’s army.
We believe America is stronger by guaranteeing the freedom of choice of one’s belief system to everyone is one of the greatest strengths of our nation.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

I should not have been rude. I understand your position.  I do not agree.  I worry about the proverbial slippery slope.

Once a Freedom is removed then it will not take much for the next one to go and so on…  (How is my spelling so far….?😅)
I know everyone uses Hitler…but he look what he managed to do to Germany, the Jewish People and the Europe.  By simply removing the rights to a gun…can you imagine 1 million Jews still in possession of their guns?
Any way…you absolutely have the right to do what you are doing…so says the Constitution and i do not have the right to try to take that away.  Please forgive me and accept my heart felt apology.
Okay, I have to say it… Merry Chiristmas, Happy Hanukkah, and. Happy Festivus to the rest if us.  (Seinfeld circa 199?????)
(name withheld)

On Dec 7, 2019, at 3:25 PM, Mike  wrote:

Let me say, if I may, that you are hard to decipher.

Your typing has certainly improved; I’ll give you that.

I’m not sure what your reference to the slippery slope means. What freedom is being removed? What are you in danger of losing from our position?

And let me warn you, you’re treading into dangerous territory with your Hitler reference. What is it, in your view, “he managed to do to Germany?” You list “the Jewish

people and the (sic) Europe.” I believe most thinking people know the horror he visited on Europe and the world by the vile, catastrophic, grotesque and
anti-human murder of six million Jewish people and a significant number of Gypsies as well as people who happened to be homosexual (at least those
who were not Nazis). Referring to that as something he “managed to do” tends to make it sound like an accomplishment. I find it hard to believe that’s what

you mean to suggest, but following it with a question regarding imagining “1 million Jews still in possession of their guns” tips it even further into the realm

of obscenity.

Would you care to clarify?

Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

Just forgive me…you are not alone when attempting to decipher me.  Apparently i speak my own language.

Just please forgive me for any rudeness and any other offense.
Thank you!!!
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Dec 8, 2019, at 12:16 PM, Mike  wrote:

If your request for forgiveness means your comments did not mean what they appeared to mean, I can certainly forgive you for some ill-chosen words, but please understand it us important to be clear. When mentioning historic, world-shaking tragedies like those concerning Hitler and the Holocaust, one must tread cautiously.
And to go back to your original point, we are not taking away anyone’s freedom. We are protecting everyone’s freedom.
I wish you well.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

 

 

 

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