Alright, so today my dad finally got back from his deployment in Afghanistan and I drove to this gym where there was a ceremony to welcome them back. It was kinda cool; there was a live band that played the national anthem and the army song, and there was some free coffee which is always a plus.
However, during this ceremony, we were asked to pray, and by that I mean there was a guy who was praying and everyone had their head bowed. I mean, go figure, it's the south. Now, I'm used to people praying, and publicly like this, but the person who was speaking wanted to thank God for the safe return of our soldiers and for protecting them.
Now never mind that they were delayed two hours by fog, these men (no women) fought and worked hard to do their job and return home safely, and this guy wants to give all the credit to his imaginary friend? Just doesn't seem right to me.