Wednesday, October 14, 2009

James Hartline's Response To Media Requests For Interviews on Obama's Ridiculous DADT Speech

I was called by three news stations to do interviews on the issue of President Obama's speech regarding the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. I only did one of the interviews because the reporters really wanted to debate the issue more than they wanted to get the information I could provide regarding homosexuality and the military.

Military Madness Night

Those who are ignorant of the rampant promiscuity within the homosexual community are equally ignorant of the catastrophic effect that legitimizing homosexuality within the military will have. There is a reason that AIDS has spread like wildfire inside of the homosexual community AFTER they were told about the means it is spread.

There is little, if any self-discipline in homosexuality, thus to impose that as a standard of acceptable behavior inside of a military environment which exists on self-discipline is to destroy our military's innate strength.

Why do you think they ban homosexuality in the prison system? For that same reason it has been banned in the military? Homosexuality is corruptive by nature, immoral in its value, and destructive in its application. Why would the military want to add that to the many problems that new recruits already have to deal with when enlisting?


Anonymous said...

James-I continue to check in with your blog because I too pray for this community and for people to realize that the gay lifestyle has serious health and psychological consequences, in this life and the next. I hope you realize there are people out there who don't just read your blog and want to attack! I hope people can understand that what you are writing is coming from a place of concern and love for a deeply lost creation.-Kait

Gay Vet said...

Most Western military forces have now removed policies excluding sexual minority members; of the 26 countries that participate militarily in NATO, more than 20 permit open lesbians, gays, or bisexuals to serve; of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, two (United Kingdom and France) do so.

A new Gallup poll shows that a majority of conservatives polled (58%) now favor allowing homosexuals to serve openly in the military. The overall majority of the population polled (69%) favor allowing homosexuals to serve openly.

There was a time when allowing blacks to serve in the military was considered prejudicial to good order and discipline. That time has passed, and it is hard to imagine our military without their sacrifice and dedication. There was also a time when the idea of women serving the military in any capacity was unthinkable. Today, women are viewed as equals to men in all but the most physically demanding military specialties.

The question is not IF gay people should serve openly but WHEN?

James Hartline said...

Stop the repititious propaganda or I'll just stop reading and posting the garbage.
Only radicalized political homosexual activists use the term "sexual minority".
Yawn and move on.