How the Minority Gets to Rule the Majority

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Get Your Hat With God on the Insignia Fast, Dei Won't Be Around Much Longer

Deo duce, ferro comitante 
With God as my leader and my sword as my companion

Why are we allowing a small minority to tell us what we, the majority, can or cannot do?

A 2008 Gallup poll showed that 6% of the U.S. population believe that no god or universal spirit exists and 34% of them reside in Vermont, coincidentally, the state is also famous for the highest number of pedophiles.

That means 94% of the U.S. population either believe in God or are not sure. So why do the atheists get to say where and when God’s name is mentioned? The minority is erasing U.S. history and heritage while taking away the rights of the majority.

An atheists group has demanded that the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office remove the Latin reference to God. The Air Force unit complied with the few atheists and changed the phrase which translates to “Doing God’s Work with Other People’s Money.” to “Doing Miracles with Other People’s Money.”

GOP lawmakers objected, saying it sets a dangerous precedent for the military.

The Hill:  The 35 lawmakers, led by Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.), wrote a letter to Air Force Secretary Michael Donley and Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz urging them to restore the logo with a reference to God.

“The action taken by the RCO suggests that all references to God, regardless of their context, must be removed from the military,” Forbes wrote. “As we are confident that your legal advisors would not suggest that censorship is required for compliance with the First Amendment, we ask that you reverse this perplexing decision.”

 

 

 

 

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