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To: sarasmom; little jeremiah; wagglebee; napscoordinator; All
85 posted on Thu Sep 27 2012 19:49:11 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time) by sarasmom: “Having traveled extensively as a military member, I am aware of the high number of brothels located outside the gates of every mid to large size military installation on the CONUS and throughout the rest of the world. Prostitutes and brothels often openly advertise “special military discount rates”. Few “social conservatives” have ever said anything about it. The deviant heterosexual version of the DADT policy has been in operation for centuries in all nations, not just in our own. I know my answers are probably not what you wanted to hear, but they are factual and truthful.”

I understand your point. We have a major **HETEROSEXUAL** problem in the military, too. It is a significant factor in the rapes and sexual misconduct of male soldiers toward female soldiers and off-post civilian women.

It is not just the male soldiers, either. I just recently got done writing about a sex and alcohol party hosted by a female NCO in her late thirties for her daughter and about 20 other males and females, most if not all underage. Sexual immorality, if not stopped stateside, leads to the kind of things that blow up in the international media when soldiers commit sex crimes overseas.

For whatever it's worth, hard work by the ministerial alliance outside Fort Leonard Wood has shut down all but two of the five strip clubs that were here a decade ago, have gotten adult entertainment ordinances passed in the cities outside both the West Gate and Main Gate to make it all but impossible to open another one inside city limits, and in cooperation with law enforcement, have shut down all but one of the whorehouses. (The last one is a Korean sex trafficking operation and has been an **EXTREMELY** difficult ring to crack.)

It is possible to deal with these problems, even with our Supreme Court's twisted reinterpretation of the Constitution, but it is very, very hard.

119 posted on 09/28/2012 2:33:04 PM PDT by darrellmaurina
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To: darrellmaurina
“It is possible to deal with these problems, even with our Supreme Court's twisted reinterpretation of the Constitution, but it is very, very hard.”

I agree that it is very, very hard.

But in the DOD, specifically while under contractual terms of the UCMJ, military members are sworn to protect and defend the Constitution of the USA, while voluntarily losing most personal legal protections as civilian citizens.

They live under the much more restrictive code of the UCMJ.
Enforcement of the UCMJ has been slowly eroding, keeping pace with our declining moral values in civilian society, and the growth of a pervasive civilian government.

I wish I had the answer on how to correct our course.

Based on my limited knowledge of history, the breaking point is almost here.
The choice of who will be President when all hell breaks loose is Obama or Romney.
Some think it doesn't much matter, but I watched another RINO Presidential candidate, Ronald Reagan, stave off WWIII, and bring this nation back from the brink of economic collapse.

Romney has a better shot at repeating history for our betterment than does Obama.

Social Conservatives have unfortunately lost several important battles.
May God have mercy on our souls if they give up on the war now!

121 posted on 09/28/2012 5:48:10 PM PDT by sarasmom
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