“anonymous”

From: U.S. Air Force Member’s E-Mail Address Withheld

Subject: “anonymous”
Date: April 16, 2020 at 12:31:37 PM MDT
To: ‘Michael L Weinstein

I work for the U.S. Air Force and found out about MRFF.   I was raised Catholic and I strongly believe in the U.S. Constitution, especially the 1st Amendment, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”  There are some evangelical Christians at the AF base I work on who I have to work with who have religious paraphernalia at their desks. This doesn’t really bother me except sometimes I am asked intrusive questions about what I believe, or religious/political statements are made that are inappropriate at the work place, including by senior leadership.  I am so glad I found MRFF and have an organization to go to in case I really need to.  Keep up the good work MRFF promoting the principles our country was founded on!
(name withheld)

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5 Comments

  1. SARSU

    “Religious paraphernaila” – what like a bible, a cross, etc. all which are acceptable. Oh no, maybe it is a small Christian flag on their desk, heaven forbid that should happen.

  2. Grey One talks sass

    SARSU did express approval for Christian paraphernalia, therefore other views must be tolerated. Imagine if you will SARSU’s cool evaporating when confronted by a Book of Shadows, The Witches Bible Compleat, the Qur’an, or the Book of Mormon.

    Honestly it boggles my mind when a persons faith is so weak they need tchotchkes to remind them of their religion. Seriously – a Christian flag? Seems to me idolatry is in play there, somewhere.

  3. SARSU

    Grey One,
    I really do not have a problem with the Koran or the Book of Mormon on someone’s desk, but the “Witches Bible”, I thought we burned all those witches in Salem! Where is Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters when you need them.

  4. Grey One talks sass

    Lol. You are such a liar SARSU. Based on your comments in the past you definitely have an issue with both books cited.

    As for your lame attempt at a joke about witches…. How do I know you will say you were joking? Oh, experience with double talking intolerant jerks like yourself SARSU.

    Learn to share the country or be tossed into the junk pile of history with the rest of the stuff civilized humans deemed no longer necessary. Personally I hope you get tossed but I’m in a particularly vile mood today. Usually I’m more sharing and caring. Now? Not so much.

  5. G

    SARSU, I sure that the Nazis had burned the Bible during their massive book burnings.

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