Ronda Lee
Ronda Lee

THese people do not have the right to take our rights or, the vets rights away from them....

Barbara Kitchen
Barbara Kitchen
  • Ronda Lee

I think we have a right to say what we think.

Jose Berrios
Jose Berrios

In God we trust

Marietta H Parker
Marietta H Parker

because we as christians has rights as well to believe. who protects us from these kind of people? muslims unbelievers if you do not like our ways in this country then go back to your homeland where you practice your beliefs. we are america in god we trust. I am sick of everyone trying to take god out of everthing why? god is going to get tired of ths and take his hands off of all of us, may god have mercy on your souls. I am proud to be a christian I love my jesus!

Marvin Scott
Marvin Scott
  • Marietta H Parker

Right on. Muslims go home & stay there. Why, because you treat your women like shit. You kill them & your kids because they want to go to school to learn.

Jim Meek
Jim Meek

In GOD we trust, one nation under God. We have Freedom of Religion our troops should too overseas,

Gene Carroll
Gene Carroll
  • Jim Meek

WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD FREEDOM OF SPEECH, RELIGION INCLUDING THE USE OF THE WORD GOD, JUST WHO THE HELL THEY THINK THEY ARE? WE FOUGHT FOR THESE RIGHTS

Kenan Walker
Kenan Walker

I was on the Honor Guard on active duty and on the VFW Honor Guard now, and this administration can Kiss Our Arse.

Teresa Stobart
Teresa Stobart

I, (NAME), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God...<3.

Teresa Stobart
Teresa Stobart
  • Teresa Stobart

Federal law requires everyone who enlists or re-enlists in the Armed Forces of the United States to take the enlistment oath. The oath of enlistment into the United States Armed Forces is administered by any commissioned officer to any person enlisting or re-enlisting for a term of service into any branch of the military. The officer asks the person, or persons, to raise their right hand and repeat the oath after him. The oath is traditionally performed in front of the United States Flag and...

Federal law requires everyone who enlists or re-enlists in the Armed Forces of the United States to take the enlistment oath. The oath of enlistment into the United States Armed Forces is administered by any commissioned officer to any person enlisting or re-enlisting for a term of service into any branch of the military. The officer asks the person, or persons, to raise their right hand and repeat the oath after him. The oath is traditionally performed in front of the United States Flag and other flags, such as the state flag, military branch flag, and unit guidon may be present.

Shirley Townsend
Shirley Townsend

It is the right of any family to mention God in a funeral for their loved one. The individuals belief is the utmost importance here. They gave their life while serving their country their beliefs should be honored for their last rites.

Greg Jasperson
Greg Jasperson
  • Shirley Townsend

You should google the phrase. Way over stated.

Deborah Robins
Deborah Robins

Because God is important and it is MY right to be able to say so; if someone is offended, move on - a Military funeral isn't about you - it's about the deceased and their family/ friends support system.

Blayne Spilker
Blayne Spilker

I ain't knockin nobodys beliefs, but I be damned if I'm gunna keep god outta my vocabulary. if sumbody don't want it said at there funeral that's there own choice but takin it out all togetheris a crock of sh*t. same goes for the pledge of allegiance- ONE NATION UNDER GOD- that is tattooed on my back an when I take my shirt off if that offends u, then turn an look the other way. everone is entitled to there own beliefs but don't knock sumone elses cuz they ain't the same as urs. I don't...

I ain't knockin nobodys beliefs, but I be damned if I'm gunna keep god outta my vocabulary. if sumbody don't want it said at there funeral that's there own choice but takin it out all togetheris a crock of sh*t. same goes for the pledge of allegiance- ONE NATION UNDER GOD- that is tattooed on my back an when I take my shirt off if that offends u, then turn an look the other way. everone is entitled to there own beliefs but don't knock sumone elses cuz they ain't the same as urs. I don't believe my beliefs should b at the front of the line but don't knock what I believe in.

Patty Spears Ehlers
Patty Spears Ehlers

The military give their lives to protect our freedoms. INCLUDING our freedom of religion. Too many things in this country have already taken God out of the equation. Maybe, just Maybe, it's time to put Him back in!

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