Grilling to get tough over 'gays' in ranks

Armed Services supporters want answers about pending social planPosted: February 09, 2011 8:53 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh © 2011 WorldNetDaily

Rep. Joe Wilson the new GOP chairman of the military personnel panel of the House Armed Services Committee, has talked about holding hearings to look at the Pentagon's plan to implement a "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender" law for the nation's military.

He may want to plan for them to run for more than a day, as a coalition of organizations whose leaders have raised alarms at such a social experiment being imposed on the troops charged with defending and protecting the United States and its freedoms are preparing to suggest 26 pages of questions.

Compiled into 10 different categories, they finish up with the critical, "How will this unprecedented social experiment benefit or improve the all-volunteer force?"

The questions were prepared by the Center for Military Readiness on behalf of itself and other partners in the Military Culture Coalition.

To be presented as Congress takes up the issue of the impacts of such a change in the law, the questions also include the highly charged:

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