It's truly disturbing to watch what is taking place in our military. As the Obama Administration and the leadership of our military push for the sodomizing of our Armed Forces, they are making it perfectly clear that any soldier who objects to the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" can take a hike.
Excuse me, but aren't we in the middle of a lengthy war, one with no end in sight? Do we not need all the volunteers we can get to serve our country? Victory over terrorism is obviously not a priority for President Obama.
The Obama regime is practically encouraging those who are opposed to the repeal to leave the military, all to accommodate a small number of gays. Let's be clear here. These warnings are meant for Christians serving in the military, men and women who are no longer welcome in an Obama White House.
Personally, I have no problem giving gays the right to serve in our military if there were some way to prevent the heterosexuals from feeling uncomfortable being in close quarters with someone of the same sex who may be physically attracted to them. The feelings of the straight servicemen and women should be considered.
However, I am concerned about the militancy that frequently takes place when gays boldly start making their demands, which they are notorious for doing. Under DADT, that can't happen. What I strongly object to is the hostility being directed at those who follow Biblical teachings and find homosexuality to be sinful and perverted. Are they supposed to just ignore their Christian beliefs? Most of all, I fear the wrath of a holy God who will punish our nation for promoting a perverted act such as sodomy.
Read about how another member of the military brass speaks out against those who would oppose the repeal of DADT, via Weasel Zippers:
Petraeus Aide Says Troops Who Can’t Accept DADT Should Exit Service…
"Liberalism is a cancer…
(Politics Daily) – 'Troops who can’t accept the idea of overturning the ban on gays in the military should consider leaving the service, says a senior aide to Gen. David Petraeus.
Command Sergeant Major Marvin Hill tells TV One’s “Washington Watch” that he believes “the troops are ready” for the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.
“If there are people who cannot deal with the change, then they’re going to have to do what’s best for their troops and best for the organization and best for the military service and exit the military service, so that we can move forward — if that’s the way that we have to go,” Hill says in an interview with Roland Martin, scheduled to air Sunday.
Hill says it will be up to military brass to “set the tone” for the rank-and-file in accepting gay service members.
“We know that if there is a change, that that change will have to be led, and it’s going to have to be led by senior leaders such as myself and — and others across the battlefield,” Hill says.'"