Tuesday, December 28, 2010


http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=243213 An American Army officer has said he will not enforce the don't ask don't tell repeal and has asked to be relieved of command rather than be forced to require teaching soldiers training that goes counter to his beliefs and morality. The Army needs about ten thousand officers just like him. This should be the beginning of a wave of officers who will refuse to obey these immoral commands imposed on them by a commander in chief who never served a day in the uniform of our nation. The military needs to show the elected officials that passed the abomination that what they are asking is going too far. The military has the highest approval rating of any public sector organization. The Democratic Congress is composed of many men and women who never served and never served in combat. They don't understand that real men don't want or deserve to be required to serve with openly homosexual soldiers. They just expect everyone to roll over and play dead. We need to resist this travesty. Most soldiers consider homosexual behavior to be immoral. No different from cheating on your wife or any other sexual sin. The military is made up of men who volunteered at a time when openly homosexual soldiers were no permitted to serve. They have traditional values of right and wrong and they consider homosexual behavior to be wrong. Last year fewer than a thousand homosexual soldiers were tossed out of the military, so the Congress is trying to change the law and made things difficult for millions of heterosexual soldiers for the sake of a few hundred; that's very wrong; that's the view from the Hysterical Right Wing.

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