This Sign At Marine Base Is Under Heavy Attack
God, Country, Family. Those used to be words we all, and particularly our military lived by. No more. We have seen the deterioration of each with the turning away from God across all generations, smack-talking by many of our own country, and more broken families than intact it would seem.
Those that wish to see the destruction of each have now taken aim at the US Marine Base in Kaneohe, Hawaii. The based has sign that reads.
“God bless the military, their families, and the civilians who work with them.”
According to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) that sign is a violation of the First Amendment because it “…gives preference to those who hold religious beliefs over those who do not.”
Some of the supposed complainers are Marines. They remain anonymous for fear of reprisal from the higher-ups in the chain of command.
That chain-of-command that is so feared is kowtowing by launching an investigation, courtesy of the base’s commanding officer to, “…research the sign’s origin and its compliance with existing regulations.”
How pitiful when a Marine Base commanding officer can be neutered by a bunch of anonymous Marines, who disgrace their uniforms by shielding their faces. They are neither “The Few” nor “The Proud.” They are cowards.