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Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
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devil Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
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A memo from the commander of Walter Reed Army Medical center issues a new policy saying you can't bring religious materials to patients at the hospital. Watch the whole video if you want but information about the policy is given at about 7:30 in the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNSzb8RcWkk
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
How wrong things have become in this country. What happened to religious freedom?

If society fell apart, we - the people would build a new one. Most people are good at their core, and when we see things that are wrong we work to fix them together. Make friends with your neighbors, get involved with your community - because we will rebuild our lives, our communities, from horrible circumstances we always will.
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
Karu  Wrote: (12-03-2011 05:02 AM)
How wrong things have become in this country. What happened to religious freedom?

I'm sure if you wanted a talmud or a koran you could get one Lmao
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I for the life of me can not understand how some one would even want their name associated with such a piece of shit legislation.

It's as if they know....

There is no future therefor no history.
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2011 05:04 AM)
I'm sure if you wanted a talmud or a koran you could get one Lmao

Sounds like a great idea for a party to me! S301

You bring a bible, I'll bring a talmud, and someone else bring a quran. We'll all rush the door and see who gets through! YOU GO FIRST!

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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
Do worry its almost done anyway, the whole thing called humanity.
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
its not like they will check you if you brought religious text. you could easily sneak one in via backpack.
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
you should understand that from a certain point of view jesus was, at best, a sleight of hand magician , at worst , a sorcerer.

his followers have established an illegal religion incurring for themselves an automatic death penalty.


again , from a certain point of view, it's a religious obligation to remove and or destroy their heretical resources. it's fine to use the ruse of separation of church and state to do this.


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The full memo, in case anyone is interested.
http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF11L05.pdf
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
Good, the bible is a complete crock of shit. The Romans rewrote it during the Council of Nicaea to further their imperialistic world view.
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
A Poll!

From Actions like this do you think most People think:

1. the Jews are winning

2. the Jews are really Losing

(if you picked 2, do You think the Jews realize this yet; or will they need to feel the flames of Reality first?)

^^^^^^^^serious Question^^^^^^^^
???????
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I am a chaplain assistant in the NY Army National Guard.

Apparently our congressman there isn't very skilled in reading Navy policy memos.
Read it closely. The statement comes under line 8 entitled 'Partners in Care Guidelines'. If we read actually sit down and read line items 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' and 'e' we will see that these 'partners in care' are not family members nor military chaplains. Line 'a' calls partners in care visits 'non-family visits'. Line 'e' clearly states that homemade food cannot be given to 'families'. Line 'd' mentions that, if a patient is incapacitated, you need the PNOK's (primary next of kin's) signature to take a photograph.
Next check the actual Walter Reed website.
http://www.bethesda.med.navy.mil/Patient...x.aspx#lit
And I quote: "Devotional literature is available in racks throughout the medical center. At the Main Chaplains' Office, you may also request crosses, rosaries, periodicals and other devotional materials."

As a Chaplain Assistant, I don't want random visitors bringing unapproved religious materials into my AO. My chaplain and I take a long time to read and research materials we provide to our soldiers. If they want or need something specific, there are chapel funds to get it for them.

As far as I can tell, our dear Rep. King is unable to read military documents or do any research. Fox News blew this way out of proportion, which they are very good at doing. And this only took them ~75 days to realize. Good job.

Excuse me. I now must go in the corner and cry because this man is in a position to run our country...
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
tonytaylorix  Wrote: (12-03-2011 06:46 AM)
I am a chaplain assistant in the NY Army National Guard.

Apparently our congressman there isn't very skilled in reading Navy policy memos.
Read it closely. The statement comes under line 8 entitled 'Partners in Care Guidelines'. If we read actually sit down and read line items 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' and 'e' we will see that these 'partners in care' are not family members nor military chaplains. Line 'a' calls partners in care visits 'non-family visits'. Line 'e' clearly states that homemade food cannot be given to 'families'. Line 'd' mentions that, if a patient is incapacitated, you need the PNOK's (primary next of kin's) signature to take a photograph.
Next check the actual Walter Reed website.
http://www.bethesda.med.navy.mil/Patient...x.aspx#lit
And I quote: "Devotional literature is available in racks throughout the medical center. At the Main Chaplains' Office, you may also request crosses, rosaries, periodicals and other devotional materials."

As a Chaplain Assistant, I don't want random visitors bringing unapproved religious materials into my AO. My chaplain and I take a long time to read and research materials we provide to our soldiers. If they want or need something specific, there are chapel funds to get it for them.

As far as I can tell, our dear Rep. King is unable to read military documents or do any research. Fox News blew this way out of proportion, which they are very good at doing. And this only took them ~75 days to realize. Good job.

Excuse me. I now must go in the corner and cry because this man is in a position to run our country...

Isnt that censorship? Only allowed if YOU approve of it?????hmmmm

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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
tonytaylorix  Wrote: (12-03-2011 06:46 AM)
I am a chaplain assistant in the NY Army National Guard.

Apparently our congressman there isn't very skilled in reading Navy policy memos.
Read it closely. The statement comes under line 8 entitled 'Partners in Care Guidelines'. If we read actually sit down and read line items 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' and 'e' we will see that these 'partners in care' are not family members nor military chaplains. Line 'a' calls partners in care visits 'non-family visits'. Line 'e' clearly states that homemade food cannot be given to 'families'. Line 'd' mentions that, if a patient is incapacitated, you need the PNOK's (primary next of kin's) signature to take a photograph.
Next check the actual Walter Reed website.
http://www.bethesda.med.navy.mil/Patient...x.aspx#lit
And I quote: "Devotional literature is available in racks throughout the medical center. At the Main Chaplains' Office, you may also request crosses, rosaries, periodicals and other devotional materials."

As a Chaplain Assistant, I don't want random visitors bringing unapproved religious materials into my AO. My chaplain and I take a long time to read and research materials we provide to our soldiers. If they want or need something specific, there are chapel funds to get it for them.

As far as I can tell, our dear Rep. King is unable to read military documents or do any research. Fox News blew this way out of proportion, which they are very good at doing. And this only took them ~75 days to realize. Good job.

Excuse me. I now must go in the corner and cry because this man is in a position to run our country...

Let's say members of the patient's church or bible study group come to visit him. Does item 8f apply to them and prohibit them from bringing religious materials? What about other religious charity or veteran's groups that visit the wounded?
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RE: Bibles banned from Walter Reed Army Medical Center?
Quote:Isnt that censorship? Only allowed if YOU approve of it?????hmmmm

Lol. I like the hmmmmm.
The point being that the chaplain corps exist for a reason. A UMT (Unit Ministry Team) is charged with providing religious support for every military member and authorized civilian within their Area of Operations.
As for my unit, we spend a great deal of time and energy making sure that what we provide are good materials, meaning texts and materials that are true to the specific soldiers faith and not bias to a specific theology or doctrine, unless it is requested. (aka, NIV Bibles for Baptists, NWT Bibles for Jehovah's Witnesses, not vice versa.) We do not and would not go around to 'approve' individual soldiers personal religious texts or materials.

To postulate, if I were stationed at Walter Reed, I would not want random people off the street, most likely with no knowledge of these soldiers lives or sacrifices, to be then proselytizing and spreading text and materials around to wounded warriors who are already in the middle of recovery.
If a soldier wants or needs something, we are there for that, family is there for that, if nothing else, the internet is there for that. We do not need random strangers for that.
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