Fuck you

Just want you to know that Mikey mother fucking communist. its a disgrace you ever served. 
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
nope…actually I’m a registered Republican, little sport….best, Mikey W.

Response from MRFF Board Member John Compere
On Jul 21, 2020, at 11:57 AM, John Compere  wrote:


Hurling half-witted hatred at a fellow American & military veteran you do even know reflects only on yourself & reveals a foul-mouthed fool incapable of civil & coherent communication.
“Hate only corrodes the container it is carried in.” – George H.W. Bush (military hero, Republican President & Christian gentleman)
Brigadier General John Compere, US Army (Retired)
Disabled American Veteran (Vietnam Era)
Board Member, Military Religious Freedom Foundation (composed of over 80% Christians)

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
On Jul 21, 2020, at 1:45 PM, Mike  wrote:
Hello (name withheld),
It’s always nice to hear from people with a limited vocabulary and the intelligence to match.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

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  1. Jeff B

    Typical of the foul-mouthed critics of Mikey and the MRFF – they’re unable to come up with any rational reason why Mikey is wrong, based on the letter or spirit of the law. They only come here to bully and spew hate.

  2. Dave Kisor

    Mister FY.

    Your message is awkward and clumsy. I’d be willing to bet English grammar wasn’t one of your favorite subjects in high school. Apostrophes tend to cause many to have grief and heartache. Your use of the word ‘its’ should have been it’s, as it’s is the contraction of it is. Its is the possessive form, such as “its mine”. It would have more correct to read “… Mikey, you …” There should be a community college where you could take an English course.

    I’m an Atheist. You may call me all manner of nasty names, for which I shall thank you in advance. A good friend who had been raised Christian told me I was more Christian than many of those who called themselves Christian. I took umbrage (offense) to this, but after seeing much of what calls itself Christian, it’s not such an insult any more. Aloha

  3. Matthew Ronchetti

    Mikey is wrong because of the misunderstanding of “separation of church and state.” The “wall of separation,” most famously attributed to Jefferson, was only meant to keep government from interfering with practice of religion, NOT to prevent practicing religion while in government. American history overwhelmingly reveals the spirit of the law and intent of the Fouders. Our government was designed specifically to govern a religious and virtuous citizenry.

    The fact you believe the Founding Fathers would agree to remove the Ten Commandments from government buildings, bar speakers who are religious, or prevent Military Officers from offering prayers or speaking about their religious beliefs shows your level of ignorance. If the intent was to separate church and state, then why did Congress print a Bible and recommend that edition for use in school?
    The Founders write extensively about the first Amendment and establishment clause. It was to prevent the federal government from establishing an official religion or denomination of Christianity. It is not confusing of nuanced, the evidence overwhelming reveals that the Founders intended for religion to be freely practiced in all aspects of society and life, to explicitly include in government.

    You can believe what you want, but you cannot honestly state that your actions are keeping with American traditions and founding principles. You are a part of the radical break from Americanism.

    God bless you.

  4. G

    No, Mr. Ronchetti. You can’t practice your religion while on government time and in your government office.

  5. Matthew

    G, you didn’t address anything of substance. What you said, is the exact opposite of what every single founding father intended. You should be free to exercise your religious beliefs as you see fit. If a practicing Muslim Private wanted to pray and I told him he couldn’t I would be fired and worse. However if a leader prays, he gets fired or worse? It is absolute nonsense.

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