Atheist Mikey Weinstein was appointed as a Pentagon Adviser

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I just ran across this article and it really gets my grits. There is nothing worse than a rabid atheist, who hates religion and those involved in it, to be given a voice. Particularly when it come to our military.  Why do we allow someone who has no religion to demand the rest of us to give up our beliefs.  Better yet, why does the government acquiesce to those demands.

“The epic American journalist, Edward R. Murrow, once said, “A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.”

His words seem to be springing to life this week as a wolf named Mikey Weinstein was appointed as a Pentagon Adviser on matters of “religious toleration.”

Weinstein’s selection as an adviser means that the word “toleration” actually means elimination.  Mr. Weinstein is the President of The Military Religious Freedom Foundation.  Mikey told the Huffington Post that he founded the organization, “To do one thing: fight those monsters who would tear down the Constitutionally-mandated wall separating church and state in …the U.S.”

– See more at: http://www.libertynews.com/2013/05/pentagon-religious-advisor-calls-evangelical-christian-troops-traitors-spiritual-rapists/

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  1. Here’s a follow-up on yesterdays post re: Mikey Weinstein. I did some additionally research this morning and found that my original source may have had bad info. Hemat Mehta, who blogs “The Friendly Atheist” (http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2013/05/01/no-christian-post-mikey-weinstein-was-not-hired-by-the-pentagon/) had this to say: “Here’s the truth: Government officials met with Mikey recently to hear about why officials who proselytized to their subordinates needed to be punished. That’s all. They listened to what he had to say. They didn’t even take any action on it — yet. But that got spun into how the Pentagon hired some anti-Christian hate group leader.

    To alleviate that concern, here’s what Mikey said about the proselytizing in a recent Huffington Post piece:

    Neither MRFF nor any other genuine religious freedom organization of any repute has ever championed — and never would champion — that evangelical Christians, as a whole, should be ousted from the government or the military. We demand only that people of all faiths (or no faith) obey their solemnly sworn oath to the Constitution and follow the military’s regulations regarding religion.”

    You can read the balance of the article on his blog mentioned above.

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