Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Houston VA accused of censoring religious speech

Freedom OF religion does not mean freedom FROM religion.
Local veterans and volunteer groups accuse Department of Veterans Affairs officials of censoring religious speech — including the word "God" - at Houston National Cemetery.

In one example cited in documents filed this week in federal court, cemetery director Arleen Ocasio reportedly told volunteers with the National Memorial Ladies that they had to stop telling families "God bless you" at funerals and that they had to remove the words "God bless" from condolence cards.
Read the whole story, it's unbelievable.

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