Witchcraft in the Military (Bob Barr)
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Posted: June 18th. 1999
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This time it's the real thing!!!
After suffering through Bob Barr's Reich Wing comments over the past year we never thought that we would "feature" him here, but sure enough, it's Bob Barr on the Witches Voice.
U.S. Representative Bob Barr (GA-7) has demanded an end to the taxpayer-supported practice of witchcraft on military bases. Barr's request came in response to reports that chaplains at Fort Hood, and other bases, are sanctioning, if not supporting, the practice of witchcraft as a "religion" by soldiers on military bases.
"This move sets a dangerous precedent that could easily result in the practice of all sorts of bizarre practices being supported by the military under the rubric of 'religion.' What's next? Will armored divisions be forced to travel with sacrificial animals for Satanic rituals? Will Rastifarians demand the inclusion of ritualistic marijuana cigarettes in their rations?" - (States news)
If Mr. Barr seriously wants an answer to his own question, he simply has to read his email. The Witches' Voice was cc'd in on LOTS of replies from Witches and other pagans sent to both his House web site and to his email address (see link below).
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