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Officer won’t sign order for troop indoctrination

December 25, 2010
Brian Fitzpatrick

Asks to be relieved of command over repeal of ‘gay’ ban in military

President Obama’s repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy is already  damaging the U.S. military.

An Army lieutenant colonel has asked to be relieved of command rather than order his troops to go through pro-homosexual indoctrination following the repeal of the policy, which required homosexuals to keep silent about their sexual preference.

Currently the commander of a battalion-sized unit in the Army National Guard, the officer also has threatened to resign his commission rather than undergo “behavior modification” training intended to counter his religious convictions about homosexuality. 

And now… the rest of the story. …..

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 26, 2010 12:16 am

    The government has no business getting involved in the sexual habits of the people. Repealing a questionable law that brings publicity on the issue was proper. However, the government has no responsibility to provide special services to Homosexual or Lesbian such as described above, other than protection from unprovoked violence toward them.
    The Military can now apply the same rules they made when women started to serve. It is up to the Gay person not to provoke reaction by forcing the issue on others.
    The military only need to explain that the illegal law was lifted and the individuals are now responsible for their behaviour according to military rules.
    The financial and Spouse issue is a differen matter to be settled by the government. CLOSING THE ISSUE AND IGNORING THE MATTER is the Best way. They are NOT GAY in the Military they are just military personnell.

  2. seanwillsalt permalink
    December 25, 2010 4:58 pm

    There’s some classic anti-log in that article: “If those surveys were accurate it would contradict my worldview, so they must not be accurate!”

    I suggest reading that as ‘No amount of evidence is ever going to dissolve my prejudices, so stop trying!”

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