America, prepare for judgment. The reprobates in Washington and in the upper echelons of our military have defied the Word of God and voted to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell".
"Woe to those who call evil good and good evil." (Isaiah 5:20)
Social engineering trumps the wishes of many of our soldiers, especially those on the front lines. Who wants to be in a fox hole with someone of the same sex who may come on to him/her?
I guess we should expect our military personnel to be inundated with sensitivity classes and quotas. Will the military require a certain percentage of gays to enter Officers Candidate School, and will they be offered promotions over worthy heterosexuals just because they are gay. If you don't think this type of behavior will occur, think again. Political correctness in the age of Obama always trumps national security. And frankly, it was nothing to write home about when the Republicans were in charge.
So, how will the military work out the shower arrangements? Will gay men be showering next to straight men and gay women with straight women? Or should we expect sometime down the road one big happy shower arrangement with men and women showering together? If that's the case, we may see our first former commander-in-chief offering himself as a recruit. Think of the fun Bill Clinton could have with that scenario.
The American Pravda will have a field day showing clips of gay men/women arriving home from a tour of duty to fall into the embrace of their gay partner while we all suffer with nausea over the perverseness of the act.
Will chaplains who oppose homosexuality be expected to marry gay couples? Oh, that's right, anyone opposing this new ruling can just take a hike. They will no longer be welcome in an Obama military.
When a gay soldier is offended by the slightest thing, can we expect him/her to shout "homophobia"? You better believe that will happen and frequently at that. Look for the so-called offender to lose rank or be discharged from the military, dishonorably, of course.
Lawsuits, anyone? The trial lawyers must love this repeal. Now, they can do something other than chase ambulances.
Wait until recruitment numbers are not met and military personnel take early retirement. Does that mean we should expect to see a draft? We saw how well that worked out during the Vietnam War. Who wants to see an unwilling soldier sent out to the battlefield to defend a mission he cares nothing about? This repeal is a recipe for disaster.
With all these concerns mentioned above, the real danger of promoting homosexuality is that it is an abomination in the eyes of God. After all, He destroyed two cities over the issue of homosexuality. That should tell us all we need to know about God's opinion on the deviant act of homosexuality.
UPDATE: With all the objections I've stated, it is important to point out that God loves every homosexual, in spite of his perverted sexual behavior. Yes, God hates the sin of homosexuality, just as He hates every other sin, but He most definitely loves the sinner, so much that He sent His Son to die on a cross to make a way for sinners, homosexuals included, to enter into Heaven.
Gays should be shown compassion, but their sin should never be excused. If you know someone is on the path of destruction, isn't it the compassionate thing to do to warn him of the danger he faces rather than to encourage him in the very act that will harm him?