Eugene Delgaudio: Dictator-President Obama "Secretly" Orders Public Book Burning of Conservative Books
American Soldiers Told Not to Read Levin, Limbaugh or Hannity in Uniform
President Obama has now "ordered" men in uniform who is allowed to believe what, and where.
"Just like the Internal Revenue Service auditing conservative groups, and the Justice Department deciding not to enfore the Defense of Marriage Act, the pattern of lawlessness continues with the public destruction of conservative books by yet another obvious Secret Emergency Executive Order requiring immediate obedience to Dictator-President Obama. The problem is we have to be told or see the implementation the Secret Emergency Executive Order in order to comply with it. There goes the "Secrect", " says Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate
Todd Starnes reports on Fox Radio News:
A veteran member of the U.S. Army Band said he is facing retribution and punishment from the military for having anti-Obama bumper stickers on his car, reading books written by conservative authors like Mark Levin and David Limbaugh, and serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at his promotion party.
Master Sgt. Nathan Sommers, a 25-year Army veteran and conservative Christian based at Fort Myer in Washington, believes his outspoken opposition to gay marriage prompted higher-ups to take a closer look at his beliefs. The recipient of an Army Commendation Medal and a soloist at the funeral of former First Lady Betty Ford, Sommers said his core beliefs are enough to mark a soldier for persecution in today's military.
"It seems like with the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell - that the Christians have been the ones who've had to go underground and in the closet - for fear of retaliation and reprisals," Sommers told Fox News. "Christians feel like they can't be forthright with their faith. They have to hide."
Ret. Navy Commander John Bennett Wells is representing the master sergeant. He said there is no doubt in his mind that the U.S. military is discriminating against Christians - and specifically his client.
"There's no question about it," Wells told Fox News. "Because he is religious, because he feels that homosexual conduct is wrong for religious reasons, he is basically being persecuted."