I am infuriated by Rep. Stark’s letter. Stark’s biography states that he is the first and only avowed atheist in Congress and it shows. I hope all will use this link to find the e-mail addresses of their states’ delegations and will write their senators and congressmen to express their disgust with Rep. Stark’s implication that US Military officers have no right to tour Congress. http://www.visi.com/juan/congress/
I have already written my Senators, Inhofe and Coburn, and my Congressman, Sullivan, to express my disgust with both the tone and the content of the letter by Starks. I urged, at the very least, a demand for an apology by Rep. Starks and suggested that censure would be hailed by most as appropriate.
Stark’s an atheist?
He’s spent much of his career trying to limit doctors from practicing medicine, so I’ve thought bad about him for all of my career. (Can you imagine a law preventing a printer from owning an ink or paper company? How about preventing doctors from owning or investing in labs, xray, etc., because we’ll over use them if we can *make money.*)
But, now that I know he’s an atheist, I have to pray for him. It’ll be good for me, too. (Does that violate Stark I or Stark II? God, is indeed, an iron.)
May he be blessed with faith and the knowledge of the grace, mercy and love of the Lord.