Academy critic, buys billboard, TV ads in ongoing dispute
Military Religious Freedom Foundation leader Mikey Weinstein is venting his anger at the Air Force Academy with a billboard at Garden of the Gods Road and Centennial Boulevard - the second time in a month that he's voiced his opinion on the roadsides of Colorado Springs.
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#1 Nov 20, 2013
As an atheist in the military, I'm glad someone is finally fighting against the Christian majority. Yes, we are glad you are able to openly practice your religion in our country, but don't talk to us about it at work unless we bring up the subject first. If political talk is not allowed in the military, why is religious talk forced upon us? If you want to talk religion in the military, go see your chaplain or talk to your peers who you know are also religious. Don't force it upon others with different beliefs.
It's funny that Christians think they are being discriminated against, when in reality it is just the minority fighting back against the discrimination we face every day from the Christian majority.
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