Repeal of “Don’t ask, Don’t tell”?



Repeal of “Don’t ask, Don’t tell”?

(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)


The question of homosexuals in the military has been in the news for some time.  Sodomites and their supporters are pressing for the repeal of the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

Actually, the policy never should have been instituted!  No homosexual should ever be permitted in the military.  The rule implies official government approval of an immoral lifestyle.  The United States has as its motto, “In God We Trust,” thus it should never condone such a demeaning and perverse practice as homosexuality.  Further, the military and the U. S. Government should never officially endorse any sexual immorality—whether homosexuality, fornication, adultery or any other deviant activity.

Some point out that certain other liberal nations permit sodomy in society and in their armies. Why should we overlook the many more nations that condemn or prohibit homosexuality, especially in strategic areas such as defense?  Allowing sodomites in the various branches would definitely decrease military effectiveness.

My fellow-Americans, let’s be known around the world as a nation that stands for God’s good moral law!  Too long the United States has been known as ultra-liberal when it comes to sexual tolerance.  Let’s not be known for sexual decadence.  Let’s change this by totally barring sexual immorality throughout the military.

Richard Hollerman

(P.S. We are only dealing with the issue of sodomy in this letter. Other articles in this website will describe the Christian perspective on war in general.)


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