Col. Ron CrewsWashington Times
Toleration doesnâ€™t cut both ways The American armed forces exist to defend our nation, not to conduct social science lab experiments in which our troops serve as human subjects. Try telling that to this administration.
The first anniversary of the repeal of â€œDonâ€™t Ask, Donâ€™t Tell,â€ Sept. 20, has come and gone. Now, there is mounting evidence that proves our warnings were not idle chatter. The threat to freedom posed by this radical sexual experiment on our military is real: It is grave and it is growing.
Activists inside and outside our government who pushed the repeal have deployed a smoke screen around the fact that once the military was forced to exalt homosexuality in the ranks, the all-too-foreseen consequence reared its ugly head. ++++++++++++++++ The Navy has allowed sailors openly engaged in homosexual behavior to choose their bunkmates. Imagine in this new age of â€œtoleranceâ€ if a sailor asked to be moved from a close-quarters berthing area because of his concern about another sailorâ€™s sexual appetites. We already know what would happen, because tolerance has never been a two-way street.
Obviously, the recent â€œstudyâ€ (aka propaganda) claiming that the repeal went off without a hitch should be shredded post-haste. It has no connection to reality. Read More: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/sep/25/homosexuals-in-the-military-demand-special-privile/