Comment: I'll answer, though I know you can't comprehend

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I'll answer, though I know you can't comprehend

"Could the wars oversees be categorized/deemed as "promoting fundamentalist Christianity"?" -- Absolutely, F-an-A, YES!

" this not a "secular enough" event for West Point, irrespecive of the fact it violates DOMA on Federal Property...." -- The military operates under the UCMJ, DOMA has no bearing. Also, "chapels" on government institutions are multi-use buildings, not Christian.

"On the one hand, it's atheists offended a government school is shoving religion down their throat - but - what about state funded schools shoving social justice down their student's throats" -- The atheist in question was not "offended", the religious throat-shoving was affecting his career and he was being discriminated against. Huge difference. I agree state schools should not be shoveling the idea of "social justice". But, social justice and atheism is an apples to oranges argument, it is a nonsequitur. The overwhelming majority of those who push the idea of social justice are Christian, at least 85%. Gigantic logic problem there.

"and demanding that values derived from one's gender, ethnicity, sexual preferences etc. are UNACCEPTABLE?" -- To be fair, that was a story about one professor out of hundreds of thousands. Now, the whole idea in that article is ridiculous. But, not only does it have nothing to do with the situation above, as the military is a government agency, your assumption that it is nation-wide is silly.

"Majority opinion is now a "crimnal act"; separation of church and state means Ron Paul's values derived from his faith in Christ must NEVER impact/persuade/shape his policy position on domestic or foreign affairs, or he is unfit for office?" -- That is such a display of false-victim stupidity I almost can't believe I read it on DP.

I won't even try to counter your ramblings about immorality. This nation is over 90% Christian, and almost 100% of people in Congress are Christian (minus 3 people I think). We are involved in a religious war of Christians killing millions of brown women and children because they believe in a different imaginary man in the sky. Your moral hypocracies are your own.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain