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  • Army Removes Crosses, Steeple from Chapel

    By Todd Starnes The U.S. military reportedly ordered soldiers to remove a cross and a steeple from atop a chapel and to board up cross-shaped windows at a remote American forward operating base in Afghanistan. The removal of Christian symbols from the chapel at Forward Operating Base Orgun-E came after a solider complained

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    “True unalienable rights do not require one to trample other unalienable rights.”
    ―J.S.B. Morse

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    It's not just a slight to muslims. It's a slight to every non-christian. A chapel on a military base is simply a place to go to reflect. It's not a church, a temple or a mosque. They are completely non-denominational. There's no "home team" so to speak, and it shouldn't be decorated as such.

    Originally Posted by buckethead99


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    • Jack Walker
      Jack Walker commented
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      Boner wrote:

      It's not just a slight to muslims. It's a slight to every non-christian. A chapel on a military base is simply a place to go to reflect. It's not a church, a temple or a mosque. They are completely non-denominational. There's no "home team" so to speak, and it shouldn't be decorated as such.


      Very good point.


    • quickie1
      quickie1 commented
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      Boner wrote:

      It's not just a slight to muslims. It's a slight to every non-christian. A chapel on a military base is simply a place to go to reflect. It's not a church, a temple or a mosque. They are completely non-denominational. There's no "home team" so to speak, and it shouldn't be decorated as such.


      A "slight"? We have become the land of pussies.


    • Mossy Mossy Moss
      Mossy Mossy Moss commented
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      Boner wrote:

      It's not just a slight to muslims. It's a slight to every non-christian. A chapel on a military base is simply a place to go to reflect. It's not a church, a temple or a mosque. They are completely non-denominational. There's no "home team" so to speak, and it shouldn't be decorated as such.


       

      Not to mention Mormons. They hate crosses, like vampires!


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    Why would we want to give the impression that this is a Christian vs Muslim confict? 

    To embolden the opposition , and recruit more enemy terrorists? 

     

    ****************ing people are stupid....

     

    This is the flag they should be flying:

     

     

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    • #4

      quickie1 wrote:

      By Todd Starnes The U.S. military reportedly ordered soldiers to remove a cross and a steeple from atop a chapel and to board up cross-shaped windows at a remote American forward operating base in Afghanistan. The removal of Christian symbols from the chapel at Forward Operating Base Orgun-E came after a solider complained

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      • Bowe
        Bowe commented
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        its funny when Christians cry because they're not being treated special

    • #5
      Why is this an issue? It seems like the logical default position, as a place of worship/ a quiet place of reflection for ALL of our troops, to be religiously neutral when not in use.

      Symbols of whatever religion can be used during the service of that religion for troops of that religion to go and reflect. Same goes for those who don't consider themselves religious when it is not being used for a service.

      It's also a sad day when inclusion is considered politically correct.

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      • Hoddy
        Hoddy commented
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        Good call on the Army's part.



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