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12/07/2010

Exactly how many gay 'enemies' are currently serving our country?

by Jeremy Hooper

In a piece that WorldNetDaily punctuates with this front-page headline...

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...the Family Research Council's Bob Maginnis says the following about all those leering "enemies" who are serving our country while gay and the good ol' American straighties who'll have to endure even more leering 'moness once DADT is repealed:

"If you have strongly held religious beliefs you'll have cognitive dissonance, and it'll be very difficult to overcome. The military is ignoring privacy concerns, and you'll be told you'll have to room with a homosexual. Your commander will tell you that you will never be propositioned and your roommate will never leer at you, so your deeply held religious beliefs will be of no consequence," Maginnis said.

"Ever since George Washington the military has been programmed to believe homosexuals are disruptive to morale and unit cohesiveness, and are a readiness problem. You have to expunge all those negative thoughts you have about homosexuality and replace them with what you're told by the chain of command about what's right and wrong," he warned.
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Yeah, Bob? We're going to use George Washington's standard for who should and should not be in the military? Because it ain't just gays who are going to be shutout in that paradigm. Why is the anti-gay bias the one that society of Washington's day apparently got right?

But whatever -- you kids keep talking, FRC. Every day, you're more fully justifying your newfound home on SPLC's list.

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*Note: The front-page headline in the screen cap is different from the more benign one that WND uses on the story itself. Not sure why. "Enemy'" claims work in mysterious ways.

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