7874Re: [Pagan-Headstone-Campaign] Re: Curious, anyone interested in going back to the original purpose of this sit
- May 3, 2009I agree...they are a bit thick headed. Maybe they need another ass whooping in the courts ;-) It makes no sense to have to wait till someone dies. Why not get it approved (not that it should have to be approved...I think they forgot about the whole 1st amendment thing) before hand so the family only has to deal with buring thier loved one? I still have major issues with them saying they have the right to determine oif a religion is frivolous. I must have missed that day in Constitution clas that said the 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, unless it is a frivolous one...Hailisa!EricOn Sat, May 2, 2009 at 10:08 AM, Christopher Blackwell <myrddin@...> wrote:
Glad to hear that. It looks like the VA has not learned
much from the Pentacle quest. They still have not implemented
the new rules, which I believe was required within six
months by that court order.
Also the same excuse of not being able to do anything
about making a decision until a vet dies. No one should
have to fight the VA while grieving the death of a loved one.
Now I am hearing that the new rules, may allow any non
profit religious organization to request an emblem. I hope so.
I have not heard of new progress from the Druid in getting
their Awen symbol approved. Though I am going to have to ask
some of the few Druid that I know about that.
I intend to do articles on both as they develop. Seems like the
least that I can do. Once each religion has one emblem then
the way for variations, such as the Christians have may open.
--- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, Eric Roberts <woad@...> wrote:
> Already there ;-)
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