Why is Choi still in the military after blasting his Commander-in-Chief — in uniform?
Lt. Dan Choi (second from left)– homosexual activist, Iraq war veteran, West Point graduate and New York National Guardsman — continues to engage in illegal activism in ratcheting up his pressure campaign to homosexualize the military in the name of “civil rights.” Choi’s latest protest Wednesday was another violation of the longstanding military policy of disallowing political actions in uniform (see earlier actions in the YouTube videos below).
We talked with Maj. Kathy Oliver, a spokesman for Choi’s National Guard unit in New York, who relayed that his commanders — having already moved to discharge him last summer but awaiting the Defense Department’s delayed decision on the case — are not taking further actions against Choi for his ongoing public “civil disobedience” against the military. This appears to free up Choi — who remains in the Guard — to engage in more political stunts (in uniform) without additional cost.
Lt. Choi is caught up in a media-approved crusade, which he sees as a quest for “integrity” but which in reality is nothing but sexual deviancy activism. Homosexual behavior is immoral and degrading to the soul of those who practice it and to any institution — including the Armed Forces — that “tolerates” it (or worse, celebrates it). Imagine what our military will become if — under Obama’s leadership — it capitulates to “queer” militancy and opens itself up to the full promotion of homosexuality at every level. This will surely lead to a mass exodus of tradition-minded soldiers and sailors who did not sign up for military service to have their religious and moral values abused.
Lt. Choi, a bright but confused and over-indulged young man, should be dishonorably discharged from the National Guard post haste. Failure to do so will only chip away at the morale of servicemen who might rightly wonder which other military codes will go unenforced due to Obama’s leftist political considerations. Matt Barber’s statement follows. — Peter LaBarbera, www.aftah.org
Matt Barber, AFTAH Board Member and Cultural Affairs Director for Liberty Counsel, who served 12 years in the Armed Forces, issued the following regarding the protest Wednesday at the White House. We’ll have more on Lt. Choi in upcoming posts:
Below is Choi speaking at a D.C. rally in March protesting the “Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell” policy against open homosexuals in the Armed Forces:
Here is Choi’s first White House protest. Skip ahead on the YouTube video to 4:50 to hear his speech:
Here’s a short video of Sandeen, a man and Navy veteran who left his wife and family to become a “transgender” activist, commenting on the April 20th protest (he is pictured at left in the photo at the top of this page, dressed in a woman’s Navy uniform). Ultimately, homosexual activists hope to make the military “transgender-friendly,” but to crusade for that now would complicate their plans to push the Armed Forces to accept people openly practicing homosexuality:
This article was posted on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 at 11:57 pm and is filed under Candidates & Elected Officials, E - Praying for the Lost, Government Promotion, Military, News, Promoting Gender Confusion, Too Much Tolerance, YouTube videos. You can follow any updates to this article through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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