Pentagon Keeps National Day of Prayer Uncontaminated by Christians

RedState reports that Franklin Graham has been disinvited from speaking at the Pentagon’s National Day of Prayer service.

I know what you’re thinking: “America still allows something called a National Day of Prayer?”  Believe me, I was as surprised as you are.  But it does make more sense when you realize that Christians can only be a part of it if they say nothing but nice things about our favorite religion of peace.  Graham apparently blew his chance when he made absolutely lunatic and off-the-wall things like Islam is “a very violent religion” and “When you look at what the religion [Islam] does to women and women alone, it is just horrid.” With a record of maniacal rambling like that, I can’t believe they invited him in the first place.

And as for that second quote, Big Government wonders why feminists aren’t supporting Graham as someone who speaks out about the plight of women under Islam. Yeah, I would expect feminists to do that for the sake of moral and intellectual consistency. (Excuse me one second… Bah-hahahahahaha!)

2 thoughts on “Pentagon Keeps National Day of Prayer Uncontaminated by Christians

  1. National Day of Prayer is so unconstitutional it’s not even funny.
    It just shows how little disregard law makers have for the constitution when it gets in the way of their religious beliefs..

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