Tuesday, February 02, 2010


You know you're in bad shape when even most YW commenters think you're nuts:

“When Americans are suffering economically and millions need jobs, it’s shocking that the Administration is focused on its ultra-liberal militantly homosexualist agenda forcing the highlighting of homosexuals and homosexuality on an unwilling military. This is the equivalent of the spiritual rape of our military to satisfy the most extreme and selfish cadre of President Obama’s kooky coalition.

We agree with Eileen Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness that this will hurt the cohesiveness of the military, cause many to leave the army, and dramatically lower the number of recruits, perhaps leading to the reinstatement of a compulsory draft.

“Thirteen months before 9/11, on the day New York City passed homosexual domestic partnership regulations, I joined a group of Rabbis at a City Hall prayer service, pleading with G-d not to visit disaster on the city of N.Y. We have seen the underground earthquake, tsunami, Katrina, and now Haiti. All this is in sync with a two thousand year old teaching in the Talmud that the practice of homosexuality is a spiritual cause of earthquakes. Once a disaster is unleashed, innocents are also victims just like in Chernobyl.

“We plead with saner heads in Congress and the Pentagon to stop sodomization of our military and our society. Enough is enough.”

Whether gays should or shouldn't be in the military is a decision that military commanders have a better understanding of than anyone, and let them debate this with the White House and Congress. But this is just insanity.


  1. While he claims that repealing DADT would hurt military cohesiveness, a dubious claim if there ever was one, he overlooks the fact that the current policy is demonstrably hurting our military -- we're freaking FIRING excellent and desperately needed soldiers, pilots, and translators when we are already short on them. It's pure insanity, inspired by nothing but homophobia.

  2. Republicans claim that "fighting them over there prevents terrorist attacks over here." Yet, we fired 6 Arabic translators in the army for violating "Don't ask, don't tell."

    "Republicans would rather have another terrorist attack than have a gay hero save us from one." - Jon Stewart

  3. Military decisions should be made by those in the military provided they provide solid research that can prove homosexuals in the military is bad for unit-cohesiveness, fighting ability etc.

    I do think that a letter like this shows why we should have more of a separation of church and state rather than less. What the founding fathers INTENT was when they said there should be a separation should not weigh in on such matters unless they put in on paper