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January 4, 2011

Commander of Nuclear-Powered Aircraft Carrier Thrown Overboard on Behalf of Gays

Posted by Dave Blount at January 4, 2011 1:22 PM

The homosexualization of the military represented by the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell has already begun to destroy careers:

The Navy will likely remove the commander of the USS Enterprise from his post after bawdy videos in which he denigrated gays and made other vulgar references became public, a defense official said.
The Navy announced it was investigating Capt. Owen Honors, the Enterprise commander, after a newspaper published excerpts of videos he recorded in 2006 and 2007.

His higher-ups knew about the childish but harmless videos for years. Why use them to destroy his career now?

[T]he military is under pressure to show that will not tolerate slurs against the sexual orientation [of] service members after last month's congressional repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law that barred gays from serving openly in the military.

That is, a high-level example had to be set, to make clear that homosexuals are now an elite class. Their disease-spreading, morale-rotting perversions are sacred to liberals, and therefore must be revered.

Presumably courage is still considered a positive attribute in the military. But our progressive rulers aren't going to tolerate anyone this courageous:

In one video, Capt. Honors uses a derogatory term for gays and jokingly acknowledges the skits are likely to offend some sailors. "This evening, all of you bleeding hearts … why don't you just go ahead and hug yourselves for the next 20 minutes or so, because there's a really good chance you're gonna be offended," he said.

Offending overt homosexuals and the bleeding hearts who egg them on will not be tolerated under authorities who are concerned not with winning wars but with advancing their sickening sociopolitical agenda. As the situation continues to degenerate, anyone with enough character to be disgusted will seek employment elsewhere, leaving the armed forces to rot into a make-work jobs program and social engineering laboratory.

Sure enough: Honors has been relieved of duty.

On a tip from FrankW.