The rotten thing about this is that you can’t prove a negative......if this comes to pass, anytime a homosexual is inconvenienced, passed over, shunned, offended, mocked, criticized or generally made to feel bad - it will be because they are “gay” and to prove otherwise will be very difficult. Additionally, I wonder if Ad. Mullen would like his boy next to an HIV+ soldier in a fierce firefight....if they haven’t thrown their weapon down and run away already.
What is the problem these people have with just keeping their mouths shut?
To these miscreants, their sex lives are everything. EVERYTHING. It is who they are and defines every aspect of their lives. Their lives revolve around their sex drive and preference. They seem to generally loathe themselves and are unfulfilled, needing to be the center of attention at all times; good or bad, attention is attention to them. They desperately want acceptance, but deep down know that what they do is not acceptable. So, they have chosen to take steps to forcefully legitimize their illegitimate lifestyle by seeking positions of power (such as becoming judges), positions in the entertainment business (money, power, and advertising), and heavy lobbying.
The homosexual agenda encompasses destroying all vestiges of the society that has shunned them, at any cost, and it is proceeding merrily along its way with the help of the "elites" who know just how badly it will weaken our nation. The military has long been in their cross-hairs. On the one hand, gays were able to lie and get into the military, playing covert games where the risk of being caught was exciting, like the rich girl who shoplifts. But, DADT made them keep their mouths shut while giving them what they said they wanted, so the game became less fun.
I was still in the Army when DADT was implemented. You should have heard the uproar. It was loudest in the combat arms, especially the infantry where I was. No soldier I knew would have served willingly with open gays in the Army. There was an exodus of soldiers at that time, but nothing like we will see if DADT is repealed and open gays are allowed in the service.