Skip to comments.USDA gay-sensitivity training seeks larger audience
Posted on 06/18/2011 11:18:19 AM PDT by Hunton Peck
U.S. Department of Agriculture activists want to impose their intense brand of homosexual sensitivity training government-wide, including a discussion that compares heterosexism believing marriage can only can be between one man and one woman to racism.
If accepted by the Obama administration, that move could mean more sessions for military service members already undergoing gay-sensitivity indoctrination. Critics fear additional gay-oriented training would be an unnecessary added burden for combat troops and encourage some to leave.
USDA officials have asked the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which oversees all federal worker policies, to impose its gay-awareness programs on all federal departments, according to an internal newsletter.
The push for the training is coming from Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack, former Democratic governor of Iowa. He has launched a department-wide Cultural Transformation that includes the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender [LGBT] Special Emphasis Program.
The USDAs senior training coordinator, Bill Scaggs, has developed a sensitivity program far more extensive than the Pentagons training for the anticipated lifting of the ban on open homosexuals in the ranks. His training program, which OPM calls groundbreaking [and a] model for other agencies, delves more into gay issues and terminology. It also justifies pro-homosexual political positions.
Elaine Donnelly, who heads the Center for Military Readiness and opposes the repeal of the militarys gay ban, said it would be a mistake for the Obama administration to impose the USDA sensitivity-training program on the Pentagon.
There are disturbing implications for national defense in the USDAs development of a groundbreaking training program that is to become a model for other federal agencies, she told The Washington Times.She predicted that, once the ban is lifted, training programs similar to the USDAs LGBT Special Emphasis Program will become a growth industry within the Department of Defense.
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Budgets need cutting. Here’s a great place to start.
Shouldn't the USDA stick to beating meat?
I guess sausages would attract gays.......
It seems to me that the queers are taking over.
Feels like it, doesn’t it.
I remember the days when they “just wanted to be left alone.”
I hear there is a very large audience in Mecca.
If that's the case then the freaks of nature are racist towards heterosexual people.
Why aren’t we hearing about seeking a cure for gay?
Well. Under Gaybama, the Department of Agriculture is now devoting itself to gay sensitivity training, while NASA has given up on space exploration and has turned to patting Muslims on the back for their great scientific achievements.
What’s next? Impossible to guess.
Conservatives to Concentration Camps.
What will America look like in 20 years?
That lie from start. The goal has always been to use the power of government to force the masses to accept homosexuality and to take away freedom from dissenters.
I have already requested my Congressman—and Senators Udall,and Bennet consider cutting the Govt. WASTE by cutting the AG Dept. When Ag thinks Cultural Reconstruction is what they ought be doing they are growing the WRONG crop. Dont want the drugs that probably motivated this dung heap of an idea. There simply is NO credible Science to suggest a sexual orientation can rationally be equated to race.And No Reasonable person would suggest those Americans who still believe in Marriage as a union of one man and one woman equate to racists.Cut AG save America
...but when a long train of abuses and usurpations...
“Conservatives to Concentration Camps.”
the radical left will stop at nothing to destroy this country and culture
Yup— I hear the Mahammedans call it serving Allah. Converting Infidels to the glory of Islam via the back door.
AMEN— and I might add Resistance to Tyrants is Obedience to God!
Sexual harrassment to force employees to accept deviant behavior.
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