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Prayer Ban At National Cemetery Sparks Outrage

A Texas lawmaker is calling for a congressional investigation of the Houston National Cemetery after he went undercover and determined that cemetery officials are still preventing Christian prayers at the funerals of military veterans.

“The Obama administration continues to try to prevent the word ‘God’ from being used at the funerals of our heroes,” said. Rep. John Culberson (R-Texas).

“It’s unacceptable and I’m going to put a stop to it as fast as humanly possible,” Culberson told Fox News Radio. He attended a burial service at the cemetery undercover on July 8, when he says he witnessed volunteer members of the honor guard from the Veterans of Foreign Wars being prohibited from using any references to God.


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  1. Repulsive, sounds like the Israeli left also.
    The pledge of allegiance for this country, is clearly One Nation under G-d, but then again obama has no allegiance to this country anyway nor would he ever recite the pledge even though he is president of this great country

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