Monday, October 10, 2011

The Nose Gets Further Under the Tent

Last week we absorbed the body blow that a faithless Federal government had inflicted the homosexual life style on the United States Military.  They did this in flagrant violation of their oath and duty to follow the law.  Admiral Mike Mullen will go down in history as the man who ushered perversion into the military. 

Of course it wasn’t bad enough that somehow our men and women in uniform were now going to have to deal with homosexuals in their ranks, but “trans-genders” immediately jumped onto the bus.  I wondered at the time what would be next and Thursday that shoe dropped.  Rowan Scarborough reports in The Washington Times that “Activists push for partner benefits for military gays; Network seeks re-enlistment rights for DADT discharges at same rank.”  Swell – how exactly does that work? 

In order for my wife to receive “partner benefits” while I was on active duty in the Marine Corps I had to produce evidence of our marriage.  That document was legal in all 50 US States.  Two homosexuals domiciled in Virginia cannot produce such a document.  If they go to New York to get married next weekend, that document still has no validity in the Commonwealth of Virginia to include its many military bases and stations.  I think this is a ploy to create an entire industry for lawyers to sue the Federal government, State governments, and anyone else who stands in the way of the “Gay Agenda.” 

A homosexual in America has exactly the same rights that I do.  Make no mistake, this isn’t about “equal” rights but rather this is about a super set of rights for perverts.    The United States Military is routinely the most trusted and dependable organ of government – Liberals (Democrats, Socialists, Progressives, whatever) can’t have that.  This action will have the entire system in an uproar for years.  Nice going Mullen you traitor. 


  1. CS- You know my opinion on homosexuallity. But after some back and forths with former servicesmen, including yourself. I must admit, you make compelling arguements.

    I want the morale of the young men and women defending MY rights, too be as high as possible. If this means no gays, or he/shes, then so be it.

  2. Amigo,
    You must have been reading my mind. Good post.

  3. CS,

    They keep getting bolder. Remember when the accusation of gayism brought instant brawling?

  4. Johnny, Adding homosexuals to the ranks adds nothing but the risks are huge. You pay an awful lot to have the finest military on the face of the planet - this works against getting your money's worth.

    H-Nox, Thanks.

    Tenth, Anyone who thinks this is a good idea should be forced to spend a week in San Francisco or Seattle. Liberals (Democrats, Socialists, Progressives, whatever) have skewed and diluted the meaning of the word "right."

  5. What kills me is that so many supposed "main stream" citizens don't get the fact that once the nose gets under the tent ... look what follows. It's like they don't see the rest of the GIGANTIC camel behind that nose.

  6. Mrs. AL,

    This is going to be a lawyer's dream. They will probably keep a division of lawyers busy for a decade.

  7. Liberal ideas for the most part are detested among the mainstream populace.
    Everything they want is introduced in tiny increments that "don't seem like a big deal" to anyone until all those increments become the big picture.
    DADT, got them in but, eveyone knew it would never be enough. Now they are in so it's onto their next phase.

    The company I work for allows gays to claim their partner on our insurance.
    No proof required whatsoever that they're actually together, just their word is good enough.
    However, single hetrosexuals who are in long term relationships and have proof of it (shared property, bank accounts, utility accounts, insurance benificiaries, etc have to be married and prove it, before getting the same benefits as the gay's word for it does.