American Family Association

by R. Burge

A contradictory post by the AFA concerning Muslims serving the military. Last Friday the AFA argued that the U.S. military should no longer allow Muslims to openly serve. Today, they take a more measured response. Elijah Friedeman argues that the Ft. Hood shooter was not in the mainstream of Islam and his actions should not change the way Christians should view the entire Muslim religion. The post concludes, “Hasan should be prosecuted for his actions; but those who are innocent should not be charged with acts that they would never dream of doing. Instead, we should thank them for allowing us to sleep securely in our beds because of their brave actions.”

Another post questions the individual mandate that was a facet of health care reform that passed the House on Saturday. It embeds a video of Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) make the case on the floor of the House. Another embedded video was titled, “Why Should I Worry About Health Care Bill?.” There was a third post on the issue of individual mandate calling the current plan “Mussolini Care.”

A quick note also mentions the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The post also highlights Pres. Obama declining an invitation to attend the ceremony.



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