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If I am a Christian soldier and I read the Bible every night and I pray to my Lord and Savior every night do you consider that proselytizing? And if I am doing that and one of my bunk mates asks me about my faith and I answer him is that proselytizing?
I ask because by definition that is not proselytizing but based on what the US military is proposing it would be. They are in fact proposing that Christian soldiers would not be able to have any outward show of faith. In addition to that they are only targeting Christian proselytizing. Islam, Buddhism, atheism, and agnosticism they have no issue with.
You cannot single out one religion and allow others and you cannot force a person not to show any outward sign of their faith or it violates their right to practice their religion.
Woo hoo....potential new scandal coming your way.
LMAO....you liberals never cease to amaze me. Liberals state that everything that happened while Bush was President was Bush's fault but then turn around and state that nothing that happens since Obama got elected and re-elected is Obama's fault. How do you sleep at night?
Deniability. He tells those under him that do what they have to but do not tell him what they are doing so he has full deniability.
Eric Holder did the same thing. He "recused" himself from the AP issue so that he could deny any involvement if it went South.
If in fact he had no idea what his deputy AG was doing then he needs to lose his job for incompetence and lack of leadership. Same applies to Obama.
Then in reaction to the violent reaction martial law is imposed and then never removed and Obama becomes the dictator he desires to be.
Okay, but that is still less than 100% and leaves the possibility that she would never get it. If the risk was that high then it would make sense to get a mammogram every year or twice a year or even every three months and IF cancer showed up then have the surgery.
Okay, am I the only one that is having trouble understanding why she did this? This was not a case of having breast cancer it was a case of possibly getting breast cancer. Every woman has the possibility of getting breast cancer so should every woman have a double mastectomy? All men have the possibility of prostate cancer, should they opt to have their prostate removed just in case? Someone please explain the logic.
I do not know if my mail person is the best but she sure is cute. :-)
To bad you cannot rely on snopes to tell the truth being as it is owned and ran by a liberal couple.
Putin of Russia condemned France for legalizing same sex marriage while our esteemed president personally called this individual to pat him on the back for his courage in coming out as a gay athlete.
Who would have ever thought the leader of Russia would have higher morals than the leader of the US?
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