If I remember my New Testament properly – and I’ve got inspirational gospel verses tattooed on the inside of my eyelids – I have no doubt whatsoever that Jesus would’ve been a big fan of putting bible references on guns and then going overseas and shooting unbelievers with them. He’d strongly endorse the US military being sent off with what its commanders refer to as “spiritually transformed firearms of Jesus Christ.”
The inscriptions “have always been there” and… there was nothing wrong or illegal with adding them.
Defending the “secret bible codes,” [Trijicon director of sales and marketing Tom] Munson said the issue was being raised by a group that is “not Christian.”
And why should people who are “not Christian” have any say in the matter?
Do we have to point our guns at all of them before they’ll get the message?
UPDATE: Stephen Colbert suggests adding the Bible-grenade and the Promised Land-mine.
UPDATE 22/1: It’s now a local issue, with the ADF looking into ways to rectify the problem with sights being used by Australian soldiers.
What an expensive mess those arrogant fundamentalists at Trijicon have created.