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We are given freedom of religion.

No where is there a freedom from hearing seeing what one does not like. Trying to impose such is anti-freedom.
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The establishment clause of the first amendment does grant the freedom FROM religion, so that is another way to look at it
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TSgt (Join to see) - All freedom ends or becomes limited when they deny another their right. Unless someone is being forced to read or hear something there is no violation of another's rights.

I would also like to see just where the freedom FROM religion is stated in the establishment clause.
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The MRFF again? Those people are idiots.
I notice the piece calls them a "religious freedom group". That's the exact opposite of what they are.
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Without resorting to name calling. Which, trust me, I really want to but I'm afraid of a lawsuit. It seems to me these guys only pick on select units. I have seen them win some and loose some but, what I would really like to see is what the Corps has to say to these guys. I think the Corps would have some "colorful adjectives" for these guys.
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