Comments on: U.S. soldier sues over mandatory Christian prayers Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: Kim Wed, 01 Oct 2008 14:09:59 +0000 Will our soldiers be protected and exempt from Muslim ‘follower of Islam’ fundamentalist beliefs if Obama is elected? We all know where our world is going if he is.
When did America decide to spit on the graves of the 9/11 victims by considering a Muslim president. Oh cut the crap everyone who thinks he’s not. You don’t just try Muslim and say “ah, yeah, not for me” Maybe that worked when Bill said he just tried smoke, but come on now. Lets wake up before we are all put to death.
I am far from a Bible slinging woman, but I do hope you all find Psalm 91 before you need it.

By: W. Kenneth Tue, 30 Sep 2008 00:41:53 +0000 Hard to fight religious extremism when you are forced to practice it. How can mandatory prayer be a part of a society that is supposed to be free?

By: Michael Cecil Mon, 29 Sep 2008 19:23:19 +0000 Look.

The U.S. Army is an army of Crusaders battling the “infidel” Muslims to protect the, for some reason, *not* “infidel” Zionists (not *yet*, anyway).

Mr. Chalker should be thankful that he was not prosecuted for “heresy”–not having “said ‘yes’ to Jesus Christ as his ‘L’ord and ‘S’avior”.

Of course, the Defense Department has not really thought this out very carefully.

After all, if *everyone* in the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Air Force ahas “said ‘yes’ to Jesus Christ as his or her ‘L’ord and ‘S’avior, the United States will be out of luck after the ‘Rapture’–at which time folks like Mr. Chalker may very well be considered more ‘useful’ than they are at present.