TejonTech provides a laundry list of traits desireable in cadets (a strong sense of right and wrong, who have natural leadership abilities, whose parents did the sort of developmental work that is ingrained more than learned), and then gives an eloquent defense of subjecting cadets who possess those traits (and just happen to be LGBQ) to friendly fire. The irony is utterly lost on him, in that those who "that could care less about how they feel, and only want to kill them" are people like Rosebush's former employers and like-minded Christian conservatives.
"I am on staff at USAFA and will talk about Jesus Christ my Lord and savior to everyone that I work with." That looks like clear intent to proselytize on duty. I doubt anyone who knows his bias is going to hang around with him off duty. You seem to be the one unclear on the concept of what proselytizing is.
Willoughby has stated his intent. We'll see how it pans out.
Anothergrad, you conveniently ignored Willoughby's stated intent to deliberately violate DoD and Air Force regulations by abusing the authority of his position to proselytize on duty. That alone provides justification for pre-emptive counseling and warning.
Perhaps a multi-faith team should be assembled to proselytize to Willoughby incessantly, to show him the receiving end of harassment. If he complains, demand he be given the same punishment as his tormentors. Give him an eye for an eye.
Willoughby can talk a big game, but the first time he harasses someone with his mythology, hang his azz out to dry. Let him be the one escorted off campus to the unemployment line.
First off, those you call "spies" are reporting violations of the Constitution, the law of the land which they are expected to "preserve, protect, and defend". It appears that they, unlike the Christians, actually understand what that obligation entails. This wasn't a chapel program, this was the Academy prep school, which should be governed by the DoD regulation prohibiting official promotion of religion.
As for FOX, the host is almost always the one shouting down any dissenter or turning off their microphone when things contradict the FOX party line. Weinstein isn't going to roll over and play that game.
Isn't it time for the Academy to stop pimping religion? Yet they have to be reminded, again and again, that attempting to compel professions of faith is a direct violation of the most basic law of our land, the Constitution.
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