Yes, but it also comes under Natural Law and God’s Laws which is in our Declaration of Independence. Homosexuality goes against Natural Law and God’s Laws. It can be easily proven. According to our Founders, Locke, Thomas Aquinas, Cicero and Aristotle—all who were the foremost experts in Natural Law Theory—it is a Marxist lie to equate that behavior to some enshrined protected behavior. It denies freedom of conscious when force of government is used. Cicero stated that laws that go against Natural Law are unjust. He is right and this military repeal is unjust and unconstitutional.
What the Marxist-in-Chief is doing is changing our paradigm of “right and wrong” to create a godless paradigm of “good and evil”. That slippery slope will lead to the Weimar Republic. We have God as not only the creator of our rights, but the definer of “good and evil”. Bambi destroys that paradigm; he controls what rights we are allowed. God is not allowed. SO UNCONSTITUTIONAL!!
If homosexuality can be a “good” you have to say all sexual orientations are a “good”—such as beastiality, incest and pederasty. If you allow no moral judgement for behaviors then nothing can be evil.
He is denying Christian/Jewish ideology in one swish. It is insane, but then that is Marxism—the Big Lie. Our country was based on Natural Law Theory. Marxism denies Natural Law. Bambi is a Marxist and wants to destroy this country—the military is his biggest coup. We will be like the Jews facing the homosexual, immoral Odin-worshipping SS Jackboots if we allow our military to descend into the morality of the sewer. Sickening. An immoral military is dangerous to their own citizens. Of course, Bambi wants an immoral military to do his bidding against freedom-loving Christians. He wants his internal, immoral military.
We are being turned into a communist atheist country which denies freedom of the belief in God. It is unconstitutional.
Sure but Islam will not only be honored, but promoted. Islam can never swear allegiance to the Constitution, so why doesn't someone ask that question?