Should the Department of Defense limit expressions of religious faith by military commanders to their subordinates?
Yes. Sanctioned religious expression in the military puts undue pressure on personnel.
13% (319 votes)
Somewhat. Proselytizing should be forbidden, but military personnel should have the availability of voluntary spiritual guidance
14% (345 votes)
Yes. But only because it is impossible to provide chaplaincy services and spiritual guidance for the wide variety of beliefs.
2% (38 votes)
No. This is not even a problem, just an attempt to impose one definition of political correctness on our troops.
51% (1289 votes)
No. Because religious faith is essential to successful military performance.
21% (528 votes)
Total votes: 2519