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Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Wed Mar 12 06:27:55 PDT 2008

Au contraire, Chas.

I simply do not believe that a person's religious preference (or lack 
thereof) should be applied as a measuring stick of that person's ability 
to lead.

Question for you, D. Arnold:  How do you confuse an atheist with a person 
that does not support the US Constitution or equality? I have known 
several admitted atheists in the Army ranking from private first class (E-
3) to master sergeant (E-8) to lieutenant colonel (O-5).

Although I may not have agreed with some of the orders issued to me by 
atheist supervisors (these terms are not mutually exclusive), my 
disagreement was not on the basis of their lack or religious conviction.

I anxiously await your response to my question.

Tom "Protestant - or so it says on my dog tags" Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

> Tom,
> I am very concerned.  Apparently, you believe that a
> Constitution-scoffer and inequality proponent would be a suitable
> leader of our troops.  I know this because our ever-discerning Donovan
> Arnold somehow divined it from this thread.  It has to be true!
> Dononvan wrote:
> > So you think someone that doesn't believe in the Constitution or that 
> > men are created equal should have command over the life and death of 
> > troops?
> Explain yourself, Tom!!!
> Woefully,
> Chas

"People who ridicule others while hiding behind anonymous monikers in chat-
room forums are neither brave nor clever." 

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