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Admiral DEFIES Emperor Obama's athiest edict, speaks publicly of Faith and Hope Comments

A U.S. Coast Guard admiral has defied Obama's ban against the sharing of faith by speaking out at a large public gathering. Christian hero, and Coast Guard Rear Admiral, William D. Lee spoke about his faith after being warned that sharing could be construed as a punishable offense. Continue Reading

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  1. mjgt
    1 year ago

    I cannot imagine soldiers following gutless, effeminate leaders into harms way, but I can imagine soldiers following men like Admiral Lee to hell and back in defense of their nation and the oppressed.

    God bless you, Admiral Lee!

  2. Thomas
    1 year ago

    We are all called to speak of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Our first duty is to God, then family, then country, that is how far out of control the Obama adinistration is. Thank you Admiral for you leadership, and courage, may our Lord Bless you.

  3. Joe
    1 year ago

    Thank you Coast Guard Rear Admiral William Lee, for your service and standing up for what we stand for. I can not say the same for our commander in chief. The Fort Hood commander is still in the dark . God Bless you and our brave serviceman.

  4. abey
    1 year ago

    When these were acommon a decade ago & when such an act become news today it does reflect America to have become Alien to Faith & Hope.

  5. jh
    1 year ago

    God bless Admiral Lee indeed, a soldier of courage, principle, and faith.

  6. Irma
    1 year ago

    What happened to America the free

  7. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    If his boss can publicly go to one of his religion's gatherings to honor and have his god bless those who worship at the alter of his most favored sacramental doctrine which he personally has bestowed upon our society I see no reason why the Admiral can not mention HIS GOD publicly also.

  8. Bec
    1 year ago

    never so proud of the Coast Guard!!


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