July 27, 2018

The Honorable Johnny Isakson


Room 131

Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C. 20510

Dear Senator Isakson:

Our Organization is very disturbed regarding putting a “Book of Faith” at the “Missing Man Table” in place of the  in place of the Holy Bible.  This should never, ever be allowed.

As  Constitutionalist, we know that most of the Founding Fathers who carefully fashioned the Constitution were of the Judeo-Christian faith.  The colonies, which became the United States of America, were not founded on the "Book of Faith." but on the Holy Bible.

The Holy Bible was held in the highest esteem by the Founding Fathers and must continue in that position. We understand that the Holy Bible had been on display at a dining table called the "Missing Man Table" at Wyoming Air Force base, but has been replaced by a "Book of Faith."

By removing the Bible and parroting politically correct mantras, Col. Stacy J. Huser has lost sight of our nation's underpinnings and has brought dishonor to this country's uniform, to those who served on the base before her and to those venerated by the memorial.

Our membership is grateful for all servicemen at this facility.  We appreciate all  that they do for our country, butthe only true faith is the "Holy Bible". As such, the Bible should remain in its position of  honor at the "Missing Man table."  


Gerrye Johnston


Men and Women for a Representative Democracy in America​

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