Group: DADT repeal has harmed religious liberty
It seems that more and more, a small contingent in America is constantly pressuring the majority of Americans to acquiesce to their demands. And to achieve success, the contingent exaggerates its own numbers, so as to seem less peripheral than it really is.
When President Obama prepared to repeal the “don’t ask don’t tell” policy in July 2011, defenders of marriage and religious freedom warned that the repeal would open Pandora’s Box.
We know the story well: Barack Obama was for same-sex “marriage” (1996) before he was against it (2004) before he was for it (2012), although in 2008, he was apparently for it and against it (although mainly against it).
As the issue of allowing gays to openly serve in the military raged last year, Mitt Romney let it be known he roundly opposed the idea. He was outraged, incensed. Many conservatives were certain this was the real Mitt revealing himself after years of having to pretend to embrace gay rights as governor of Massachusetts.
Liberals, whose entire political strategy is the smoke and mirrors of showbiz, have concluded that Rick Perry put in a poor performance at last week's Republican debate and has got to step up his debating technique to get back in the game.
For over a year, ADF and decorated, high-ranking veteran chaplains have warned that DADT repeal will harm military religious liberty. One of the most significant threats is that the lack of strong regulations protecting chaplains and service members from “sexual orientation discrimination” complaints will chill free speech and freedom of religion.
Obama, Pentagon certify DADT repeal
One of the more sordid moments in recent congressional history came during last December's lame-duck session.
With key institutions grown effete, standards of right and wrong descend into a moral miasma of relativistic goo.
"We used to conform behavior to the military. Now we're conforming the military to behavior."
Will the President's passivity regarding Libya rank among his greatest failings of all?
"Racist!" shouted some Columbia University students at an Iraq War vet. Other students reportedly "hissed and booed." Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who spoke at Columbia three years earlier, received better treatment from the audience.
Just because you say something does not make it true, no matter how many times you say it or how many people repeat it.
Don't believe all the Washington talk that President Obama had a great lame duck session and goes into the new year and the new 112th congress with the whip hand. Utter nonsense.
Someday, historians will record the Senate’s repeal last week of the imperfect “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy regarding homosexual behavior in the military as the loss of a battle.
How could a government that was broken just a few months earlier according to Joe Biden suddenly become so productive according to Obama?
While this is still a vastly majority Christian nation, liberals are doing everything in their power to eradicate Christ, Christmas, and “Merry Christmas” from our lives.
House passes DADT repeal, sends issue back to Senate
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