Skip to comments.Open Homosexuality in the Military is a Disaster and May Cause Further Natural Disasters
Posted on 02/01/2010 8:03:50 PM PST by DesertRenegade
When Americans are suffering economically and millions need jobs, it's shocking that the Administration is focused on its ultra-liberal militantly homosexualist agenda forcing the highlighting of homosexuals and homosexuality on an unwilling military. This is the equivalent of the spiritual rape of our military to satisfy the most extreme and selfish cadre of President Obama's kooky coalition.
We agree with Eileen Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness that this will hurt the cohesiveness of the military, cause many to leave the army, and dramatically lower the number of recruits, perhaps leading to the reinstatement of a compulsory draft.
Thirteen months before 9/11, on the day New York City passed homosexual domestic partnership regulations, I joined a group of Rabbis at a City Hall prayer service, pleading with G-d not to visit disaster on the city of N.Y. We have seen the underground earthquake, tsunami, Katrina, and now Haiti. All this is in sync with a two thousand year old teaching in the Talmud that the practice of homosexuality is a spiritual cause of earthquakes. Once a disaster is unleashed, innocents are also victims just like in Chernobyl.
We plead with saner heads in Congress and the Pentagon to stop sodomization of our military and our society. Enough is enough.
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What a great post. Thanks. Put in on some religious forums where libs went after Robertson for his Haiti comments.
Their heads are about to explode. They had no idea there is a Judeo-Christian tradition of seeing natural disasters as God’s judgement.
Rabbi Levin ping
Cool. I've now learned my "New Internet Fact-o'-The-Day" and can go back to sleep. ;-)
But if the dinosaurs turned gay, it would only take a generation or two of no offspring, and they'd all be dead anyway...
Give them what they want. Every gay entering the military will be assigned to the infantry and will have the chance to serve multiple tours in the ME.
It works out well in the US, in my opinion, because "don't ask don't tell" makes it impossible for gay men to make a public issue of their private sexual inclinations. And that's as it should be. To the "right of privacy" I would add, as a reasonable corollary, the "duty of privacy": as long as you don't make it my business, it's none of my business.
There may be problems with horny gay guys living in close quarters with lots of attractive youg men. That seems poredictable, but who knows? But we ALL know from experience that the abolition of "don't ask don't tell" will lead to a huge profusion of demands for services, programs, and recognition of everybody with a sexual agenda, and lawsuits if such demands are not met.
It's not the individual honorable gay serviceman, but the obnoxious and well-organized sex-rebel-activist movement, that wants to compel the military to offer housing and other matrimonial benefits to gay couples, force military chaplains to marry them (or "recognize" their marriages, or offer them "relationship counseling"), prosecute fellow soldiers for "hate crimes" consisting of a joke, an "insensitive" word or a disparaging look; institute Gay Pride Month or Glory Hoo-Ah Week or Harvey Milk Military Recognition Day --- riff through the gay keyword on Free Republic and you'll get the idea.
"Defining deviancy down" has been rejected in every place where it has been put to a vote. We don't cotton to social change via court order or executive fiat. We sure don't want the authority structure of the military being exploited to impose "attitude adjustments" on our soldiers which we would refuse to have shoved down our throats in our own communities.
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