Don’t Ask Don’t Tell If You Are A Christian

Looks like the military will have a new Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy but it will not apply to homosexuals, it will apply to people of faith. A new policy will prohibit members of the military from sharing their faith and since most military members who practice a religion are Christian it will affect them the most. Military members who express or share their faith will be subject to a Court Martial according to a new memo that the Pentagon is set to release.

Interestingly, homosexuals are free to express their sexuality now because the DADT signed under Clinton has been lifted by Obama.

I imagine that this new DADT will not apply to Muslims because they get special treatment wherever they go. They get prayer rooms, foot washing stations and time to pray five times a day in all kinds of places where liberals traditionally shun religious expression particularly from Christians.

The world is turning upside down when a guy like Tim Tebow who expresses his religious beliefs is mocked by the media and told to keep it to himself but a professional basketball player admits he is gay and he is hailed as a hero and gets a call from bathhouse Barry Obama.

I don’t particularly care if anyone is gay, that is their business. Since when does openly expressing that become a heroic act? How many of the people who ran towards the blasts in Boston to help the wounded received a call from Obama? Running in in the direction of the blast to help is an act of heroism.

Coming out of the closet is not. It might have taken courage to do it but it is far from heroic.

This is the backward country we are now living in as the progressive agenda works to strip us from our tradition and our identity. The men and women of the armed forces fight to protect and defend the Constitution and this new memo will prohibit them from exercising one of the protected rights, the free expression of their religion.

The measure being taken is so twisted that it could leave Chaplains in hot water for doing what Chaplains do. They will be expressing and sharing their faith.

Seems to me the Obama regime and the progressives are working to remove Chaplains from the military in an effort to further erode the warfighters.

I proudly served for 24 years and I never pushed my religious beliefs on anyone else but I was never afraid to share them or to openly express my beliefs and I was never offended when others did the same. I doubt I would serve in the military as it stands today because the civilians in charge of it are a bunch of socialist morons who are hell bent on destroying it but if I did I would express myself as I saw fit and so long as it did not interfere with someone else the leadership could suck wind.

I imagine a number of people are just waiting to either get out or praying that the military will not be totally destroyed by the time Obama leaves office.

Jimmy Carter damn near destroyed the military and Obama is trying to one up him.

Congress is charged with developing the rules by for the armed forces (Article 1, Section 8, US Constitution) and it needs to make a rule that prevents the Obama regime from infringing on the rights of the brave men and women who stand at the gates of Hell to protect this nation.

The country is going to Hell and Obama is leading the way. We need to squash him and the rest of the progressive morons like the bugs that they are.

Congress needs to get some testicular fortitude and quickly.

Cave canem!
Never surrender, never submit.
Big Dog


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5 Responses to “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell If You Are A Christian”

  1. victoria says:

    I wonder if the same applies to Muslims in the military. I bet not.
    Isaiah 5:20 “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.”

  2. Real Deal says:

    Good luck on Congress growing a pair. Our politicians are just a bunch of pigs feeding at the trough of other people’s money. I’d say 98% of them are guilty of ethics violations and only a bit less of criminal violation of the law. Instead of repealing the death penalty we need to put it in use on our politicians when they violate the public trust. There should be a Sword of Damocles hanging over their heads and it should be guarenteed to fall should they break that trust.

    Make the cost of abusing the public trust so high that they fear to do so and you’ll get a better quality of people running for office.

  3. Big Dog says:

    I doubt Muslims will be held to the same standard!

    Yeah, Congress will not grow a pair because, as you said, they are feeding at the trough. I agree, the punishment for abusing our trust should be so bad they would never consider it.

  4. Vxnschatzee says:

    OHH I like the Sword of Damocles idea very much. I’m not sure even that would be a deterrent to the unethical losers we have in there now but it would make fast work of them so we could add new people with morals and an understanding of what it means to serve the people.

    I am extremely disturbed by this curtailment of religious freedom for those who put their very lives on the line to ensure that the rest of us can enjoy religious freedom (although if you’re a Christian that is severely limited now as well). I believe this is just to further debase and break down the one solid thing this country has always had – our military. First they broke down the family and made it acceptable to be dependent on the government rather than self-reliant. Then they charged on with debasing marriage and changing the meaning. And by repealing DADT for homosexuals and applying it to religion they are just further demoralizing and punishing our men in women in uniform for doing an amazing and thankless job.

    When did we start to accept things that are clearly abnormal as normal and requiring people to accept them? Why are we being told what to do with all the minutiae in our lives but Congress and the President do not see fit to lead by example and follow their own rules? Time for a revolution –

  5. Blake says:

    I don’t know about you guys, but there is alot about this admin that I won’t take.
    It is the patriotic duty to oppose bad laws, and I do that. I would do more if I could,-