Want to know why we shouldn’t repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell? Because all gays are sexual predators who will immediately attack their fellow soldiers – at least that seems to be the message from the Family Research Council which can barely stomach the “horrifying picture of life with homosexual soldiers”:
Under this administration, the new policy seems to be ordering the military to disobey the rule of law–the very thing they’ve been sworn to protect. Richard Black (U.S. Army-Ret.), former chief of the Army’s Criminal Law Division, explains why that’s an irresponsible and potentially dangerous decision. In today’s Washington Times, Black paints a horrifying picture of life with homosexual soldiers that would only worsen once gays and lesbians are empowered to flaunt their sexuality. “…At Fort Sill, Okla., in 1991, two homosexual recruits caught a lone soldier showering at night. They violently sodomized the soldier, forcing him to submit by strangling him with a bath towel. At the time of trial, the victim was hospitalized under psychiatric care… Recruit training is especially problematic. Male recruits had to physically subdue one homosexual drill instructor at an Army base to keep him from raping a male recruit as that recruit struggled to escape out a second-story window… At Marine Corps Base Quantico, a company gunnery sergeant sexually attacked a young officer candidate who had stayed back at the barracks while his platoon was out training.” The other side drones on about “political correctness” but says nothing about the safety forfeited to achieve it.
Apparently, a few isolated, decade-old instances is sufficent proof that all gays are a sexual menace.
And so, using that logic, I hereby demand an end to the practice of allowing Christians to work at Religious Right organizations …
A former Focus on the Family radio-ministry employee has been sentenced to five years of intensive probation for attempting to lure an underage teen into having sex with him.
… or universities ….
A judge has granted $25,000 bond to a Liberty University professor accused of a sex crime with a student. Joshua Young Moon is charged with object sexual penetration by force.
… because they are all sexual predators:
Court records show the McPhersons manipulated the teens into submitting to fondling, kissing and other sex acts. They cited Bible verses that they said justified the abuse and, afterward, would pray together for God’s forgiveness.
On Wednesday, the McPhersons admitted in separate hearings in Virginia Beach Circuit Court to committing the crimes. Stephen McPherson, a former assistant dean at Regent University, pleaded guilty to taking indecent liberties with two of the girls; his wife pleaded guilty to taking indecent liberties with the third.
Stephen McPherson, 40, already is serving a 16-year sentence after being convicted of similar charges in Chesapeake. He pleaded guilty in January to forcible sodomy and object sexual penetration stemming from incidents involving two of the girls in his Chesapeake home.
Clearly, this horrifying picture of life with Christians in the work place will only worsen if we don’t act now to end this abomination.
Or would that kind of offensive smear job be wildly unfair?