DADT repeal, cont.
More comments have been added to the entry on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, or, as I call it more directly, the homosexualization of the military. Conservatives shouldn’t be defending DADT, since that was only a step towards the homosexualization of the military. Yet, since DADT is now the only existing alternative to the homosexualization of the military, conservatives are absurdly forced into the position of opposing its repeal. The only real answer is to go back to the pre-1993, pre-DADT system and prohibit homosexuality and homosexuals in the military, period. Obviously that is not about to happen. The country is about to embark, completely unnecessarily, on an insane experiment that will cause no end of problems for years or decades to come, turn the military into a sexual and litigious battleground between homosexuals and straights, and discourage the enlistment of capable men who will not want to serve in such a decadent Army, Navy, and Air Force. The homosexualists’ and liberals’ real aim is to turn us, militarily speaking, into the equivalent of the Netherlands.
Be sure to see reader Max P.’s terrific response to the liberal argument that since homosexual soldiers have served competently in the past, there is no reason not to allow them to serve openly as homosexuals.