Skip to comments.Bibles NOT allowed at Walter Reed Hospital ??? VIDEO at link
Posted on 12/03/2011 6:07:07 AM PST by Java4Jay
No religious items (i.e. Bibles, reading material, and/or artifacts) are allowed to be given away or used during a visit, the policy states.
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com ...
The military maintains it is a misunderstanding and they rescinded the policy in order to clarify it ... where’s the original memo? I want to judge for myself if this is really a misunderstanding. Chances are it is NOT.
The light switch is turned on and the cockroaches scurry for the cracks in the wall. Excuses and obfuscations will fly like bats out of a bat cave. This memo was approved by the commander of Walter Reed. It states, No religious items (i.e. Bibles, reading material, and/or artifacts) are allowed to be given away or used during a visit. Public Affairs Officer Sandy Dean claims these instructions have been rescinded because they did not, “articulate our initial intention which was to respect religious and cultural practices of our patients. The instructions were “misinterpreted” because they were “ambiguous.” VA Cemetery director Arleen Ocasio attempted to ban the mention of Christ’s name at the Houston cemetery. I guess this is just another example of someone being “misunderstood.”
Our Father through His Trinity is what brought birth to this great nation. Her existence prospered and world wars won by faith in Jesus. Remove The Father from this nation and she falls, her blessings will cease.
WTF ! This is not right ! One of many steps this country has gone towards to getting rid of God’s protection which we need !
Veterans Not Allowed To Use God In Funerals At Houston VA Cemetery. Houston National Cemetery Director, Ms. Arlene Ocasio, was requiring grieving families and volunteer groups to not use the words God or Jesus at any funeral ceremony without her prior approval.
Halt all funding to Walter Reed Hospital.
how about the Koran?
A Houston, Texas, court system managed by an “out” lesbian judge has dismissed municipal tickets that had been written against two pastors who were preaching against sin, including homosexuality, on a prominent street corner.
The men were ticketed for having signs thicker than one-quarter inch (they say they were 3/16ths and that they’d been approved beforehand) and for having a sign not made out of wood.
Officers responded after someone apparently complained about the messengers and their message, but a video shows that the first officer on the scene told them they weren’t doing anything wrong.
It was a few minutes later, however, when officers approached the preachers, grabbed a video camera, wrestled them to the ground and put them in handcuffs.
That’s even though Stokes and Allan have been preaching at that location for several years.
The video: http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=373737
” The lack of critical thinking skill in the class of people running things is as disturbing as the spiritual decay in evidence here.”
This is precisely what PC destroys, what it is INTENDED to destroy from day one. PC has been in effect softening the critical thinking of the bureacratic class for 40 some-odd years. A new broom in the whitehouse will change very little if anything at all.
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That decision was rescinded.
PC has been in effect softening the critical thinking of the bureacratic class for 40 some-odd years.
You're so right, and it's not just the bureaucratic class. This lack of critical thinking runs rampant among teenagers--even young people in their twenties and thirties. They tend to believe that no one can know anything with certainty, that all opinions are equal, that all cultures are equal, etc. It's scary as hell. Minds like that can be talked into believing anything.
I understand what you are saying but the Senate bill now allows Sodomy and Bestiality due to no language disallowing it.
Please everyone calm down. The policy was meant to prevent people accosting patients they DIDN’T know and forcing their religious beliefs and material upon them. Would you want someone bothering you while you recovered from surgery, wanting you to take a Torah or Koran? No, of course not. And neither would people who follow those books appreciate overly aggressive Christian proselytizing in a similar situation. I think Christ would want us to treat our brothers as we would like to be treated. Just my opinion.