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Friday, May 28, 2010

House Votes to Repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"

"Judas went out, and it was night."

Last night the House voted to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy allowing those with perverted sexual attractions to serve openly in the military. (Go here... )What will this do to the military? For one thing, it will sure make me discourage any of my relatives from serving.

Can you imagine being an 18-year-old male recruit sleeping in a barracks with homosexuals who think your cute? With open showers? How can you fail to notice that you turn on the guy at the shower head next to you? Will the girls and the heterosexual men now be sharing showers as well? If not, why not? The lunacy of homosexuals in the military makes my head swim. It converts the military into one more politically correct entity that advances the gay agenda.

And then there is the dilemma of the recruit who is being sexually approached by the gay guys. Will he be able to complain? What if it's his sargeant making double entendre statements? Will he be labeled homophobic if he dares to show the normal reaction of disgust?

Our society has created a protected class based on a preference for perverted and disgusting sexual behavior. That it is permeating all sectors of society as a "civil right" shows just how depraved the culture has become. Tolerance for the intolerable is no virtue. Lust is one of the seven deadly sins and the fact of lusting after someone of the same sex just makes it perverted and deadly in more ways than one.

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