You will be censured Michael Weinstein

Just so you know, Michael Weinstein, I and many other fellow graduates of our United States Air Force Academy truly hate you and your MRFF with all of our will and might.

You (and your USAFA slime bucket graduate children) have disgraced our once proud institution by willfully attacking “all things Christian” for no good reason other than you and your family had some alleged “issues” there during your USAFA cadet years.

Issues you Weinsteins brought on yourselves, truth be told. And don’t try to cry about any anti-Jewish fabrications you Weinsteins claimed to have suffered there. You deserved whatever you got.

I have been a faculty member for several years at USAFA and I want you to rest assured that our unified loathing of you is genuine, justified and only grows stronger every day.

Spoiler Alert: we have started a strong movement to have you become the first USAFA grad ever formally censured by a large segment of the Academy graduate community.
Since the USAFA Assn. of Graduates tells us that they cannot make this happen, we all will do so on our own.

No one connected with our Academy in any way will ever want to be within miles of you after your censure. Good riddance!

So when you go to sleep tonight Mikey just never forget how very much you are hated and despised by your fellow Academy grads.

What a wonderful legacy of being reviled you will leave for your children and grandchildren.

Disrespectfully Yours and on behalf of a sea of your fellow USAFA graduates,

(name withheld)


Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell

On Mar 20, 2020, at 9:38 PM, Mike  wrote:

 

(name withheld), you pathetic simpleton, you disgrace the human race. Your vile, loathsome message exposes not only your personal moral weakness, it indicts the Academy itself for having stooped so low as to allow such a neanderthal to represent himself as part of its faculty.
 
Reading this putrid nonsense, replete as it is with snide anti-Semitism, makes one wonder how twisted an imagination it must be that is required in order to conjure up the gall for you to even pretend an association with Christianity.
 
I’m certain the emotionally crippled and morally stunted who are readily drawn to your campaign are likenesses of your pitiful self. As such, they’re certainly beyond thrilled to take part in whatever cross-burning or perhaps crucifixion that next crosses your perverted little mind. It’ll be a pleasant change for them after having over-indulged in self-flagellation.
 
Do let us know what further humiliation you intend to heap on yourself.
 
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

Response from MRFF Supporter Mike Challman
On Mar 20, 2020, at 9:28 PM, Mike Challman  wrote:

 

Okay, “(name withheld)” –
 
I’ll use this appellation since you appear to lack sufficient courage to use your real name.  I also suspect that your email address is bogus… perhaps another example of the same shortage of backbone?
 
I don’t doubt that there is some portion of the Long Blue Line that agrees with your narrow-minded views. But you would be wrong to assume that the percentage of like-minded graduates is anything close to a majority or even a plurality. Frankly, I’d be very surprised if it even reaches much, if at all, into double-digits. 
 
In my experience, the vast majority of graduates are advocates of the US Constitution, which we’ve all sworn to “support and defend.”  And that means supporting, without qualification, a military culture that is non-sectarian and equally respectful of all manner of belief, including non-belief.  I realize that there are some among my fellow Christians who inappropriately push for a culture that promotes and favors Christianity.  Sadly, that effort is misguided and wrong. 
 
When it does happen, as seems to be the case all too often, then I say thank God for the MRFF and like-minded graduates. Even those of us who are Christians will oppose inappropriate actions by those whose beliefs are similar to our own.  
 
So please, feel free to lob insults. Feel free to throw around ridiculous threats like “censure.”  Feel free to hide behind a fictional figure like Nino Baldacci.  All of those things are well within your rights. 
 
But don’t claim to speak on behalf of the graduate community, because you do not. 
 
Mike Challman
Class of ‘85

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere
Mr. “I…hate you” & “…you are hated”,
 
Your disgraceful & despicable anti-Semitic, anti-Christian & anti-American defamation of a fellow American, fellow human being, US Air Force Academy honor graduate & honorably discharged military veteran reflects only on yourself & reveals a repugnant religious racist incapable of communicating in a moral manner. Your hate-filled hype is exceeded only by its hypocrisy. Simply stated, such belligerence bespeaks of brainless bigotry. Also, your absurd & asinine attempt to speak for anyone other than yourself discloses only dishonesty & derangement.
 
Ancient philosopher Socrates wisely wrote “Hate ultimately hurts only the hater.” American philosopher Mark Twain rationally recognized “There is no argument in the world that carries the hatred that a religious belief one does.” Republican President, military hero & Christian gentleman George H.W. Bush adroitly advised “Hate corrodes the container it is carried in.” You need to ponder these profound & prophetic pronouncements.
 
Disrespectfully yours,
 
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 (over 80% Christians)

Response from MRFF Supporter
(name withheld)  (if that’s your real name) ,
 
You pompous ass! You do not speak for all USAFA graduates and probably only speak for members of your small coven, if anyone. I sincerely hope that you are not a member of the Academy faculty as you claim. You are a perfect example of what critics fear from having a military faculty, close minded, one sided views that do not allow for a difference of opinion.
 
Mikey is defending the Constitution of the United States as we all swore to do as Air Force officers. You, on the other hand, are trying to force your personal beliefs on everyone who serves. Take your censure and crusades era philosophy and “stick them where the sun don’t shine” and where your brains reside.
 
(name withheld)
Class of 1977 USAFA

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Grey One talks sass

    It has been my experience with people that when they make a claim to speak for ‘everyone’ what they really mean is they speak for themselves and maybe a few in their immediate circle. Honesty with themselves or others is not in their wheelhouse.

    OT/ did anyone else think SCORE! a perfect example to include in the screenplay? Just me? OK. Well, y’all know I’m not exactly a binary thinker. 🙂

    *Haters are going to hate. So glad it corrodes the vessel and not the intended recipient.*

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