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  • "Whom will YOU (WE) Serve?" SMSgt Oscar Rodriguez!

    Thank you Senior Master Sergeant Rodriguez .... thanks for standing up for our God while in uniform!



    I always knew there'd be a day when we wouldn't be able to say thank you Jesus in uniform, and it's here.

    Below is the video that surfaced a year or so ago showing SMSgt Rodriguez being removed by some fat bodies because he mentioned God in a retirement speech. This really never got the publicity it deserved, but for me and my brothers who served in this era, we have watched the entire Armed Forces be assaulted by Godless, God-hating brass, who will stop at nothing to enforce a anti-Christian message against our Country and troops. Watch this craziness, you can't make this up, it's not conspiracy theory, it's really going down this way.

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    Here's the video that surfaced, thankfully someone captured what happened. The fat bodies who grabbed him need to lay off the drunken boondoggles they like to refer to as training. Fat bodies are a disgrace to our Air Force!

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      • #4
        So it sounds like the Air Force is changing its tune.

        If the retiring guy was okay with it, what's the big deal? This speech giver wasn't in uniform, so what's the issue?
        semper destravit

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          Originally posted by Michigan View Post
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            BS like this comes from the very top. We all know where that is, but just in case someone missed it...................1600 Pennsylvania Ave. We're all well aware of who currently resides there, and what his agenda is. Nuff said.

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            • #7
              There was bad blood between this guy and the CC. The CC had him removed and said you will not attend. The retiree wanted this gentleman there to conduct the flag ceremony.

              This a lawsuit waiting to happen if it hasn't been filed already. In this case the CC has no say over who is allowed and who isn't this was a violation of personal and or civil rights if I ever saw one.

              John Q. Public has been blasting this for the last few months.
              Professionalism always, courtesy until it's time not to be.

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                http://www.airforcetimes.com/story/m...licy/86243824/

                I read the Air Force Times article about this incident. Legal action is underway that demands a formal written apology and for action to be taken against those responsible for violating his rights. What happened in this incident is an outright disgrace, and I wish I could look the weasel Lt. Col. Sovitsky in his face and tell him so.

                While junk rolls down hill from the top (POTUS), I doubt Gen. Mark Welsh, former USAF Chief of Staff, would have tolerated that. But, I guess he hadn't intervened prior to all of this unfolding, so who knows? I left the Air Force, and I guess it was good because it appears it would have left me anyway.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ccthompsfs View Post
                  There was bad blood between this guy and the CC. The CC had him removed and said you will not attend. The retiree wanted this gentleman there to conduct the flag ceremony.

                  This a lawsuit waiting to happen if it hasn't been filed already. In this case the CC has no say over who is allowed and who isn't this was a violation of personal and or civil rights if I ever saw one.

                  John Q. Public has been blasting this for the last few months.
                  I agree. It's the retiree's ceremony not the CC's, and he should have respected that. He shouldn't have made HIMSELF the issue. Now he's embarrassed himself and the Air Force. What I'm reminded of by events that go down like this is that our Air Force, and all branches for that matter, want to erase God from our history, let's not give the honor and glory to God for bringing us safely home during combat missions, or during peacetime. However, we will trumpet every accomplishment made by human hands and quickly scribe the US Air Force as pioneers of this or that, use every after-action after every Operation to enhance training and future combat capabilities, but woe be the poor Airman who wants to glorify God's impact on his/her career and God's impact on their service commitment. Pure genius!

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