Attorney Rees Lloyd
June 22, 2012
Longtime Democrat Party all-purpose progressive political panderer Leon Panetta, now Secretary of Defense in the Barack Hussein Obama hope-and-change regime, has issued, on behalf of Obama, an unprecedented nationally publicized "thank you" to one class of members of the American military -- the so-called BLTG mix of persons who by choice or genes (as they argue) have chosen to distinguish themselves from others by sexual conduct deviating from the historical norm, i.e., Bi-Sexual, Lesbian, Transexual, Gay members of the military. There is even a BLTG Pride Month. [Why BLTG—easier to remember.]
Thus, Obama has changed the military culture not by merely treating homosexuality as a non-issue ("Don't Ask/Don't Tell"), but, rather, by approving, endorsing, and now celebrating and divisively giving special status to homosexuals--setting them apart for praise from others in military service, like freaks who need special petting and praise for their unique differentness, and throwing a spotlight on it.
Consider the outrage if a president had singled out for a "special thanks" our "Heterosexual Military Personnel." Or promoted a "Heterosexual Pride Month."
And pity the poor bestialitists who have been left out again, even by Obama. What of those who by choice or genes are romantically and sexually attracted to their horses, sheep, doggies, even pigs, according to reports? Will there not be a special "thanks" to them in the military by Panetta, or a "HSDP Pride Month" endorsed by Obama? Alas, are discriminated-against bestialitists in the military or in civilian life to be made pariahs forever by even the ever-so inclusive liberal progressive Obama? What about their "right to choose"?
While I am at it, what about another category of people deviating the historical sexual norm, the despised and discriminated against necrophiliacs, who by choice or genes find themselves sexually attracted to corpses. While it is true that under Islamic Shar'ia Law a Muslim man has a right to engage in sexual intercourse with the corpse of his dead wife (but, evidencing Muslim delicacy, only for a limited period of days after death), necrophilia remains in non-Muslim America not only a culturally despised sexual deviancy but is even a criminal act, as once was true of homosexual acts, too.
Imagine the stress imposed upon necrophiliacs in civilian or military life by such discrimination, how they must "live in the shadows" for fear of detection and prosecution. Won't Panetta and Obama bring them "out of the shadows" in the military and civilian life? Isn't this, too, a matter of Obama's "evolving" thought on sexual deviancies? Don't they deserve "amnesty"?
Well, there are months left before the election of November 2012, and maybe Obama's thinking will "evolve" to endorse and celebrate bestiality, and necrophilia, too. Every vote counts, after all. Its the liberal progressive way. Inclusively unprincipled.
The homosexualization of the military is an extremely serious issue, not something to be trivialized and glibly treated as a kind of liberal sexual cultural salad in which all sexual predilections (or at least those of the BLTG variety for the nonce) are just merrily tossed together in the military circumstance without impact on the military culture, or those who serve in it.
There is an extreme difference between the civilian culture and the military culture, and that indisputable fact must be recognized, particularly by those who are all for open homosexuality in the military without ever serving in it.
Liberal "progressives" enamored of the concept of open homosexuality in the military forget or ignore the fact that there is little or no privacy in the military ranks of enlisted men and women.
One of the most heinous aspects of Obama's homosexualization of the military in which he, himself, never deigned to serve in defense of America, is subjecting young military recruits as targets of opportunity of predatory homosexual non-commissioned and commissioned officers -- who have absolute power and control over the careers and very lives of enlisted personnel.
The military trials of homosexual non-coms and officers who have used their power over the troops to inflict themselves upon subordinate troops sexually, reveal horrific homosexual assaults-- homosexual conduct that the liberal mainstream media almost never reports. (For but a sample of those sexual horrors experienced by enlisted personnel victimized by homosexual officers and non-coms, see "Whistle-blower Magazine's" special issue, "Dropping the 'H-Bomb," at www.WND.com.)
If Obama, Panetta, and fellow-traveling liberal "progressives" really believe and celebrate imposing open homosexuality on enlisted personnel in the military, in which there is almost no privacy in sleeping quarters, latrines, shower rooms, etc., especially in the field, then Obama, Panetta, and the liberals in Congress and the White House should set the example and be ordered and compelled to shower in the Congressional Gym with Barney Frank. (Now, there's a liberal progressive big- government uber alles image to contemplate).
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Panetta's celebration of the open homosexualization of the American military by Obama ( one must ask: is it something Obama learned to appreciate when living in the Man-Boy-Loving Muslim culture from the age of 6-10, and attended school as a registered Muslim in Indonesia when his name was Barry Soetero?) is evidence, once again, that it is a long road from President George Washington, who drummed out of the Revolutionary Army a homosexual officer who sexually assaulted an enlisted man, to President Barack Hussein Obama, and all down hill.
Concisely stated: Putting openly homosexual officers and non-coms in charge of enlisted men and women in whom they have a same-sex interest, makes as much sense as putting homosexual predator Jerry Sandusky in charge of young boys in the shower room.
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REES LLOYD is a longtime civil rights attorney and veterans activist whose work has been honored by, among others, the California Senate and Assembly, and numerous civil rights, workers rights, and veterans rights organizations. He has testified as a constitutional expert at hearings before the U.S. House and Senate representing The American Legion.
He has been profiled, and his work featured, by such varied print media as the Los Angeles Times and American Legion Magazine, and such broadcast media as ABC's Nightline and 20/20, Fox News In The Morning, and, among others, by Hannity. His writings have appeared in a variety of national, regional, and local newspaper, magazine, and other publications. He is a frequent radio commentator, and a sought after speaker.*
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