Written by Lotus on Thursday, 20 of December , 2007 at 7:46 pm
Colorado’s KKTV reports:
A religious freedom foundation says it has uncovered evidence that bolsters its federal lawsuit claiming that the military is permitting widespread violations of religious freedom at installations across the country.
Included in the evidence disclosed yesterday are photos and videos of religious materials and activities at Fort Riley in Kansas, the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, and Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
The evidence is part of a lawsuit filed by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation — headed by 1977 Air Force graduate Mike Weinstein.
Among the evidence is a book for sale at the Fort Riley post exchange titled “A Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam.”
Other evidence includes a display outside a military police battalion’s office with a quote from conservative columnist Ann Coulter that reads: quoting — “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity.”
Military officials say their policy is to accommodate all religious beliefs.
I actually think it should be mandatory to have Coulter’s quote in every military office, cubicle, tank and tent. In fact, if you know anyone currently serving in the military, send their APO address to me at lisajanine1112 (at) yahoo.com and I’ll gladly send them this poster of Coulter* at my own expense.
*This asterisk absolves LOTUS from any repercussions that may come from the PC police and their time-wasting antics against the military.
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