Truth Be Untold

Truth be untold might just as well be described as telling a lie.  Exactly what I am referring to may not be clear, but it has to do with this administration’s and its Pentagon stalwarts failing to tell the truth regarding their dislike for Christian proselytizing within the armed forces and how the present direction change came to be..

English: Arlington, Va. (Sep. 12, 2001) -- On ...

English: Arlington, Va. (Sep. 12, 2001) — On the day after a deadly terrorist attack on the Pentagon, a chapel was erected on the grounds of the Pentagon a few hundred meters from the impact area. American Airlines FLT 77 was bound for Los Angeles from Washington Dulles with 58 passengers and 6 crew. All aboard the aircraft were killed, along with 125 people in the Pentagon. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Michael W. Pendergrass. (RELEASED) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It has come to light that an immature (perhaps in short pants) Christian basher has met with Pentagon officials on a fairly regular basis to express his opinion on what must be done to armed forces members trying to present aspects of Christianity to their fellow service members.

Thanks to Breitbart’s BigGovernment you can read about the deception by following the link found below.

Satan’s Helper In Short Pants

3 thoughts on “Truth Be Untold

  1. This is the first I have heard about this. If I understand this correctly, they are basically saying that if you profess your faith, no definition of what profess is, you can be court marshaled.

    This has to be the biggest bunch of hooey I have ever heard. Who is making up these rules?

    I would personally kick their posterior for even thinking to limit someone’s beliefs. That is what this whole country is about. I sure didn’t see any thing like this when I was in the service.

    This country is going to ‘H’ in a hand basket if we keep letting these idiots tell us what to believe.

    • Atheists, typically, carry a Rick Perry-sized chip on their shoulder, and that humongous hostility chip, likely stems from continual, internal turmoil brought on by a constant process of mulling over clever, and demoralizing, responses to expected, or hoped for, confrontations from God-believers. That inner turmoil creates a guarded, as well as a ready-to-fight, mental mode of operation. Few atheists, such as Penn Jillette, have accomplished a serene sense of well-being and comfort in their non-belief, and it would be helpful if the anti-Christian people would seek professional help with the internal crap they self-enforce. Oh, right—the Army is trying to do just that!

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