Gays in military get preferential treatment

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One year after the Obama administration repealed the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, there is mounting evidence that homosexuals are given preferential treatment in the military, whereas critics are silenced and punished.

Col. Ron Crews, a retired Army chaplain and the executive director for Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, reports for The Washington Times, Sept. 25, 2012:

Senior military officials have allowed personnel in favor of repeal to speak to media while those who have concerns have been ordered to be silent. Two airmen were publicly harassed in a Post Exchange food court as they were privately discussing their concerns about the impact of repeal. A chaplain was encouraged by military officials to resign his commission unless he could “get in line with the new policy,” demonstrating no tolerance for that chaplain’s religious viewpoint. Another chaplain was threatened with early retirement, and then reassigned to be more “closely supervised” because he had expressed concerns with the policy change, again demonstrating no tolerance for that chaplain’s religious viewpoint.

At an officer training service school, a male serviceman sexually harassed another male serviceman through text messages, emails, phone calls and in-person confrontations. The harassing male insisted the two would “make a great couple.” The harassed serviceman reported the harassment, but the command failed to take disciplinary action.

Service members engaged in homosexual behavior protested a service school’s open-door policy for all students that prohibited the closing of room doors for the purpose of hiding sexual behavior. The protesters claimed that they had a right to participate in sexual behavior with their same-sex roommates.

A senior chaplain was stripped of his authority over the chapel under his charge because, in accordance with federal law, he proclaimed the chapel to be a “sacred space” where marriage ceremonies would only be between one man and one woman.

The Navy has allowed sailors openly engaged in homosexual behavior to choose their bunkmates. Imagine in this new age of “tolerance” if a sailor asked to be moved from a close-quarters berthing area because of his concern about another sailor’s sexual appetites. We already know what would happen, because tolerance has never been a two-way street.

Obviously, the recent “study” (aka propaganda) claiming that the repeal went off without a hitch should be shredded post-haste. It has no connection to reality.

This is just the first wave in the first year of the assault on the constitutionally protected freedom of our service members. Remember, the groups that forced their sexual experiment on the armed forces represent the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual and transgender community. It’s only a matter of time before a man who claims to be transgender demands to be placed with women during training, in the showers and in the barracks. The women in the units will have no recourse, especially if their objection to living, changing, bathing and bunking with a man is based on sincerely held religious beliefs. They would have two choices: Either accept this outrageous imposition silently or be charged with bigotry, hatred, intolerance and every other name the advocates of this agenda can throw at them. Neither choice is acceptable. When “sensitivity training” is in full force, these women just might face discipline and punitive separation merely for speaking up and requesting a reasonable measure of privacy and protection of their religious freedom.

This outrageous social science lab experiment could have been easily prevented. The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty has worked closely with members of Congress to enact legislation, which has already passed the House, to protect freedom of conscience for chaplains and those they serve.

Even more outrageous is that we have to ask Congress to protect freedom of conscience for chaplains and those who serve in the military. The fact that Congress excluded a religious freedom protection amendment (authored in partnership with Alliance Defending Freedom), to the repeal sends a clear message that our current leadership does not consider, much less respect, the constitutional implications of their actions while they bow in allegiance to the powerful and aggressive lobby of those who supported the repeal. […]

The American armed forces exist to defend our nation, not to conduct social science lab experiments in which our troops serve as human subjects. Try telling that to this administration.

H/t FOTM’s beloved Christy


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0 responses to “Gays in military get preferential treatment

  1. The military is out of control with their PC baloney. They’ve lost the focus of their number one priority, IMO.

  2. White Knuckle Driver

    Soldier, this is an M-4 assault rifle. It is your friend….hey, wait, what are you doing! You can’t put that there!

  3. This is sickening for the chaplains and particularly since it is a social “lab experiment.” We absolutely must get this imposter out of office! Vote for Romney/Ryan!

  4. Can’t wait for “bug chasing” and “poz parties” in the barracks as a right…

    • The secret gay men don’t want the rest of us to know:

      1. They are promiscuous and they thrive on promiscuous anonymous sex. Prior to the AIDS epidemic, a 1978 study found that:
      75% of white gay males (3 of every 4) claimed to have had more than 100 lifetime male sex partners;
      15% claimed 100-249 sex partners;
      17% claimed 250-499;
      15% claimed 500- 999;
      28% (that’s more than 1 of every 5 white gay men!) claimed more than 1,000 lifetime male sex partners
      2. They don’t want to be constrained from engaging in promiscuous anonymous sex — and the threat of HIV/AIDS is a constraint.
      3. Thus, “get it over with” by bug chasing, so that they are then “free” to engage in promiscuous anonymous sex.

      Read more here:

  5. Yo, dude, put down the joint and take a breath at least…

  6. Their job is to fight and protect our country, not to make the military a social PC experiment.

  7. “some of you are gay on the inside”

    ESOJJ, since you are playing very bad armchair psychologizing, I’ll play along.

    I’d say some of you are gay on the outside and a bug chaser!

  8. DCG the decision was not a military one. The civilian government made this happen.
    You don’t really think most commanders, chaplains, and most service men and women wanted this situation do you? This has been a big headache for the mlitary. And I am not saying this to ben mean. I had a gay gynecologist for my doc , a Major, a gay friend where I worked on base, and I have 2 gay and transgendered family members. I think they like most heteros would like to keep their sexuality a private thing, not go about with it on their shoulders like their rank,f they were in the military. Forcing everyone to pretend it isn’t against their beliefs is simply asking for huge problems. I would venture to say the HIV rat ein the mlitary will go up, and that same sex harrassment and rape will increase.

    • Concur. It started with a PC push by civilians. Most in the military don’t care about your sexual preference, just do your job.

      • DCG, you are so right! Thanks for bringing that up. The military really don’t care about people’s private business. Dad was miltary, husband, and son, brother, daughter. (all retired) Dad always said, you have to keep your work separate from your family and private life and I think most military look at it that way. Hell they’re all way too busy.

  9. harkin is on his own gay agenda soap box! what a shame!


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