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Forbes on Fox News: Air Force Decision to Remove “God” From Logo
Posted by Randy | February 10, 2012

I spoke with Bill Hemmer on Fox News yesterday about the Air Force’s decision to remove “God” from one of its official logos. Watch the video here or click the video below:

 Read more about the issue here.

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  • Steve Sedor commented on 2/11/2012
    Representative Forbes, Thank you for your stance against another example of political correctness gone crazy. re: the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office changed its logo to remove a Latin reference to "God" after receiving complaints from the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers. (How many...1,2,3,4,...10?) If God is good enough for our national motto, He's certainly good enough for the Air Force. Please continue to fight to reverse this obviously, Christian persecution attack upon our protectors of the USA. Thank you for your service,
  • Thomas G commented on 2/14/2012
    God doesn't divide us and that is what is important here. On the other hand, we have millionaires and billionaires who clearly are not paying their fair share of taxes and this is a documented fact. The enormous new riches to this segment of the public were not universally shared...we do have a 99% and a 1% and the people are indeed not happy. It's hard to accept congressman Forbes that you have consistently supported millionaires and billionaires but you didn't even show up to vote for the middle class tax cut extension. I don't understand how you can say this...and I quote you ""Americans are frustrated with Washington. They want leaders that will bring people together to solve problems, not divide them for political gain." When you won't even show up for the middle class. Now it is true that Americans by the MILLIONS have been saying the exact same thing...and yet you continue to distance yourself on health care, environment, taxes, immigration, budget, judicial concerns, housing and financial services from the overwhelming views of the public.
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