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Mr. President, Christians are Not “extremists.”

Under President Obama and the Secretary of Defense, the military is increasingly hostile to Christians.

Mandatory briefings warn soldiers against joining evangelical groups.

The Pentagon consults with a known anti-Christian bigot.

Soldiers are told not to give money to conservative organizations.

Enough is enough. Sign the petition to stop this anti-Christian propaganda.

President Obama and the Secretary of Defense,

It is unconstitutional to single out Christianity as “extreme” and warn our nation’s soldiers away from evangelical or conservative groups. Anti-Christian bigotry has no place in our Armed Forces. Defend religious liberty in the military.

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