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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Will We "Celebrate" Memorial Day by Seeing the Military Approve Homosexuality?

If that happens it will be a tragedy. The Pentagon's own data indicates that homosexuals in the military commit a disproportionate number of sexual assaults. Here are just a few examples from a report by the Family Research Council:
36-year-old Marine Sgt. Sean D. Habian used both alcohol and homosexual pornography in the course of assaulting a 21-year-old Lance Corporal.

Marine Sgt. Steven G. Carlson, a military police instructor, took advantage of his position to exploit his students, inviting them to social events, plying them with alcohol, and playing games like “truth or dare” to identify who might be receptive to homosexual activity. One of his victims “testified that the appellant’s acts shocked him, he froze, and was scared.”

Homosexual activists are fond of saying that the military cannot afford to lose the specialized skills that some homosexual service members have-such as translators and linguists. Air Force Sgt. Eric P. Marcum was a Persian-Farsi linguist-but also was charged with forcible sodomy against a male Senior Airman who “testified that Appellant’s actions made him scared, angry, and uncomfortable.”

Air Force Major Rickie J. Bellanger was charged with sexually abusing two minor boys-one of whom had begun corresponding with Maj. Bellanger when he was in the fifth grade.
Read the Executive Summary here and the full study here.

Military cohesiveness, discipline, and health are all threatened by homosexuals in the ranks. Not only should "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" not be repealed; homosexuals should be banned from serving in the military as they were in the past. No particular kind of deviant behavior deserves to be thought of as a civil right. That it more and more is just indicates the death of common sense in our culture. The likelihood of its restoration seems remote since a generation of young people have been brainwashed to accept deviant behavior as normal. But the impact on the military is disasterous, especially in a war where you may have to worry not only about the enemy in front of you, but the one in back as well.


Brantigny said...

First let mee say that as a former marine Gunnery sergeant with combat experience I find the doctored photo insulting. While the article is true and well writen I do not understand how posting this insult to my Corps and the men who died in that photo, (some only moments after it's taking place) has any relevance to the thoughts expressed.
Thank You

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Dear Richard,

First, let me say thank you for your sevice to our country. I have joined in the "hoo-rah" at the Marine Corps Birthday Ball many times.

I seriously considered taking this photo down after your comment, but, on reflection, I decided not to. I have the highest regard for the military. My dad was career Navy and a Pearl Harbor survivor. My husband spent the last ten years of his career as a senior executive (civilian) with the Marine Corps Systems Command. My son-in-law was an active duty marine officer for about eight years. I would never do anything to insult the military.

But the photo perfectly reflects what our government has done. They have replaced the good of our country and the combat readiness of our troops to enshrine political correctness and force the troops to go along with it (i.e. raise the gay flag).

The photo perfectly reflects the insult to the military by Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, the Judases at the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the president. They have a gay agenda and the troops are their pawns to advance it even if it jeopardizes lives in the process.

A picture is worth a thousand words and this one shows how the government has replaced true pride and patriotism with the sham of gay pride for deviant sex.

Shame on them for betraying our troops!