Sunday, April 27, 2008

Apparently, the teachings of Jebus have been changing. Instead of "Turn the Other Cheek" or "The Meek Shall Inherit the Earth," Jebus now demands death threats against non-believers.

Corporal Jeremy Hall was sent home early from Iraq because he is an atheist.

It eventually came out in Iraq in 2007, when he was in a firefight. Hall was a gunner on a Humvee, which took several bullets in its protective shield. Afterward, his commander asked whether he believed in God, Hall said.

"I said, 'No, but I believe in Plexiglas,'" Hall said.

He said his fellow soldiers confronted, one group even followed him as he walked across the post and harrassed and no one stopped them. In fact, the Army has said it couldn't even protect him if he was posted to Fort Riley.

That's right. The Army cannot protect atheists.

Welcome to Jebusistan!



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