Thursday, February 11, 2010

They Already Shower Together Now.

Monday The Bus featured a piece on the Pray In Jesus Name Project and their opposition to ending DADT, which is summed up in this paragraph:

Here's a simple proof: Men who were created by God with male body parts are not women, and they lie to themselves, the world, and their commanders when they pretend to be, and act like, women. Women who were created by God with female parts are not men, and they lie to themselves, the world, and their commanders when they pretend to be, and act like, men.

The Pray for Jesus group is also mad because having gays shower with straights will hurt recruiting. Aw heck, their words are better: "Men and women do not share the same showers for obvious reasons, so why force men to share showers with openly homosexual men? This fact alone would hurt recruiting."

Yesterday, the American Family Association jumped in with in its opposition to DADT -- again focusing on showering together.

The AFA is mad because "If President Obama, congressional Democrats, and homosexual activists get their wish, your son or daughter may be forced to share military showers and barracks with active and open homosexuals who may very well view them with sexual interest."

Let us construct, using their arguments, an "if... then..." statement:

IF DADT is repealed,
THEN Straights will be forced to share showers with the gay.

We know that homosexuals are enlisting in the service. We know that homosexuals are currently serving our country and fighting our wars. We can also project that these homosexuals take showers. And, since most of the Army's showers are communal (I know, I've been there), and soldiers take showers together -- the homosexuals are already taking showers with the straight.

IF DADT were repealed,
THEN The straight would know who the gay were and could stay out of the showers when the gay were in there.

The AFA also makes this statement in their plea: "If we do not insist that the ban on homosexual military service be retained, our military will no longer be the place America's families want to send their best and brightest young men and women."

There is no ban on homosexual military service. It's called Don't Ask Don't Tell. The gay can serve in the military, they just can't tell anyone they're gay.

Yes, it makes me want to scream too, Janet.

1 comment:

Jack said...

This group wants to prosecute gays for being gay. They are Christians, too. Check out the quotes from the interview.