Kris Keeney 
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Re: “AFA stirs more religion debate

4 questions for my fellow Americans to ponder: 1) "Military Religious Freedom Foundation": the very name is confusing, unless "religious freedom" is now defined solely in terms of the "negative" or acts NOT allowed. Mr. Weinstein: what, if any, "affirmative" acts does your view of religious freedom allow: writing a short scripture on a whiteboard on a dorm door: is there ANY affirmative acts allowed under "religious freedom" that could be less intrusive to non-believers than this simple act? 2) Is it really reasonable, under any competent standard of thought, to interpret Mr. Weinstein's remarks as anything other than "anti-christian?" 3) How does a petition "wound" the Constitution? You remember, don't you: the "Bill of Rights": Freedom of speech, to petition, to seek redress, etc. Doesn't a petition exemplify these noble Constitutional values? I am very aware that Mr. W feels wounded by this particular petition, but isn't this because he disagrees with its aims. Would the Constitution be wounded by a petition that sought support for the view, say, that jews should be treated fairly in the middle east? 4) lastly, Mr. W: what actions by others has rendered you so hyperbolic and angry? Share with us your pain, so we can understand, and perhaps empathize, with your raging perspective. Thank you. Kris Keeney

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Posted by Kris Keeney on 07/11/2014 at 3:06 PM

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