"COURT-MARTIAL" AIR FORCE GENERAL FOR TALKING ABOUT GOD - "BRING HIM TO JUSTICE FOR HIS UNFORGIVEABLE CRIMES," SAYS WACKO ATHEIST GROUP FROM WISCONSIN TWO-STAR CRAIG OLSON ATTACKED BY THE  SO-CALLED MILITARY RELIGIOUS FREEDOM FOUNDATION - WILL PENTAGON AGREE?

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Major General Craig Olson"Move over, Westboro Baptist Church, there's a new set of nuts on the block.

A bunch of haters from the so-called Military Religious Freedom Foundation have targeted an Air Force general who had the temerity to publicly declare his belief in God.

The last time we checked, the motto IN GOD WE TRUST is still on our money.

Maybe the atheists can get Barak Hussein Obama to help them remove that motto, but we guess even he wouldn't dare go that far.  After all, he's a "Christian," don't you know?. BAM just bows before Muslim leaders around the world to be friendly.  Yeah, that's it.

PRAISING GOD IS A CAREER-ENDER

Anyway, Maj. Gen. Craig Olson, who recently spoke out about how God had guided his life and military career, can forget about pinning another star on his shoulders before he puts in his papers and retires.

That ought to be quite soon now, since the master navigator with 1900 flying hours in more than 20 aircraft was commissioned from the Air Force Academy back in 1982.

It was Olson's comment that he is a "redeemed believer in Jesus Christ" that got the devil-worshippers all in a lather.

The MRFF fired a letter off to Chief-of-Staff Gen. Mark Welsh, claiming Olson's speech at a National Day of Prayer event violates Air Force rules that prohibit airmen from endorsing a particular faith or belief.

"UNFORGIVEABLE CRIMES AND TRANSGRESSIONS"

The letter, posted on the anti-Christian website starts off with a broadside: "This  letter is sent to you (Gen. Welsh) on behalf of countless members of the United States Air Force who are utterly disgusted and shocked by brazenly illicit and wholly unconstitutional, fundamentalist Christian proselytizing . . ."

The pressure group went over the top with the hyperbole when they demanded Olson be "aggressively and very visibly brought to justice for his unforgiveable crimes and transgressions."

We wonder what these wackos would have to say about two great generals who frequently credited God in their public remarks - George Patton and Douglas MacArthur?