Don’t ask, don’t tell…and Supreme Court

Dan Choi (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Dan Choi (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Did you know…that it is against the law whilst one is serving in the military to date, court, or fraternize with a person who is a member of the officer corps? Oh yes! If a person went into say, the U.S. Army as an enlisted person for them to have a relationship with a superior officer is a crime and can warrant dismissal from military service.

So now what? Do we have those in the military who are either dating, in a relationship with, or married to an officer start acting the way homosexuals are acting regarding ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy?

People come to terms: This ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ intercession is a way for you to serve in the military – of which there are laws against – and still be a homosexual. All you’ve got to do is keep your mouth shut! So many gays have stated: “Why do or should I keep my mouth shut?”

Because it’s the law! We believe that there is a huge disconnect between what people want –they call these ‘civil rights’ – and what discrimination, manner of laws, and deviant behavior is all about. The deviant behavior is the result of a person not getting what it is that they want; therefore, they act out. Remember, we are stating that people have wants that somehow are being incorporated into civil rights. Go figure.

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to review Pentagon policy barring gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.

 The court said it will not hear an appeal from former Army Capt. James Pietrangelo II, who was dismissed under the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. He was the only member of an earlier group who asked the high court to rule that the Clinton-era policy is unconstitutional. Anyone, please! What is Constitutional about being a homosexual?

In court papers, the administration said the appeals court ruled correctly in this case when it found that “don’t ask, don’t tell” is “rationally related to the government’s legitimate interest in military discipline and cohesion.”

We find that this situation with James Pietrangelo II typical of those who have wants regardless of what rights they already have. Furthermore, we are still of the opinion that each and every person who brings their “sexual orientation” to the forefront after raising their right hand under oath is somehow and in someway morally or ethically challenged.

* Hat tip to Lara Jakes at the A.P. She wrote a splendid article, here.


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