Sunday, April 24, 2005

Queers at the Presidio of Monterey, Defense Language Institute

This letter, after being edited by the Californian was published in their paper.

The article about the 37 sexual degenerates discharged from the DLI also mentioned there are nearly 4000 students at the school with over 800 taking Arabic. Frankly, the 37 won’t be missed. As the article stated, the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy has been effect in the US military for a decade. I would also assume any person considering entering the military would have been advised of the policy when they were recruited.

A basic knowledge of anatomy should tell anyone homosexuality is unnatural. In spite of shows like “Will and Grace” and others attempting to propagandize the general public into accepting homosexuality as normal, most people recognize the life-choice as deviant. The US Military is comprised of people who for the most part, haven’t been propagandized and browbeaten into accepting homosexuality as normal. Common sense should prevail over what Jeff Cleghorn calls “the societal curve”

Soldiers such as Cathleen Glover and others who break the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy and are discharged should receive a less than honorable discharge until they pay back the money spent on them by the military.


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