Tom Gilson

The Voice of Reason

Mikey Weinstein’s calm, reasoned analysis of a chaplain’s decision to follow his conscience:

Lt. Col. Stacy L. Maxey is the quintessentially perfect example of a poisonous Poster Child of the vast legion of fundamentalist Christian proselytizing-oppressors operating with unfettered access in today’s U.S. armed forces. He and his illegitimate ilk of pernicious spiritual predators must be stopped now and very publicly! Thus, MRFF demands that the United States Air Force immediately and forthwith subject Lt. Col. Maxey to the most severe punishment possible for his disgustingly brazen and incontrovertibly insubordinate screed which is clearly violative of the Uniform Code of Military Justice as well as his sworn oath to the United States Constitution.

[From Chris Rodda: Christian Air Force Officer Vows to Violate Military Regulations if DADT is Repealed]

I guess he thinks it pays to shout and yell. I’m afraid that politically and pragmatically he might be right.

Follow the link to read this objectionable “screed.” Weinstein heads the “Military Religious Freedom Foundation”—a misleading name if ever there was one.

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