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Thursday, March 01, 2007



"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Revisited

Vet Fights to End Ban on Openly Gay Service Members

The first U.S. Marine seriously wounded in Iraq , Staff Sgt. Eric Alva, joined with Rep. Marty Meehan, D-Mass., as a bipartisan group of Congress members pushed legislation to overturn the ban on openly gay and lesbian troops serving in the military. The Pentagon has long maintained that the ban is necessary for unit cohesion. "The bottom line for the military is, 'Is this a policy change that's going to help promote combat effectiveness?'" said retired Lt. Col. Robert "Bob" Maginnis. "I see no evidence of that." Alva hopes that he can change minds by arguing the ban is simply unfair to gays and lesbian service members who are already serving their nation honorably, not to mention Americans who want to serve. He and his partner will never be able to live under the same rules and regulations applied to a husband and wife, for instance.

TG: It might not be "fair" to homosexuals. However, having homosexuals shower and bunk with normal people isn't fair to them. It would be no different than having all the men and women shower and bunk together.

Their argument is that straight men have nothing to fear, a homosexual would not be attracted to all of them. So what? He might be attracted to some of them. IF his homosexuality is something he was "born" with and cannot control (which is their claim), then it's more than reasonable to expect he'd be attracted, if not aroused, by showering and bunking with numerous other men.

A heterosexual might not be attracted to all women, but he'd certainly be sexually charged by showering and bunking with numerous females.

The social experimenters are trying to use the military to remove one of the strongest human drives - the sexual desire and drive to reproduce. That drive is as normal in humans as the drive to eat and breath. It's necessary for survival of the human race. The liberal change-agents are not going to change that without destroying the natural order of humanity. They will destroy our military, and ability to protect our country, trying to get their queer agenda foisted on America. They are so selfish in wanting to push their perversion on everybody, they don't care if they destroy America in the process.

Increasingly, advocates for lifting the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" compromise that President Clinton signed into law in 1993 argue that the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly is a national security issue. The military is stretched thin, the argument goes, and the unit cohesion commanders argue is threatened with the presence of "out" soldiers and Marines pales in comparison with the loss of specialists.

Did they ever stop to think that maybe allowing stealth sodomites in the military is keeping many straights out who could be filling those roles?

Maginnis says that the military has "come to the conclusion that if we embrace homosexuality openly in the military than that has far more of a detrimental impact than will keeping someone just because they happen to have a critical skill."

Again, they don't just want to be left alone to practice their alternate sexual proclivities, they want to force everyone else to"embrace" their perversion. They are intolerant bigots.


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