Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Family Research Council: DADT repeal could lead to military approval of bestiality

The Family Research Council should really give up the ship regarding gays in the military.

Don't Ask, Don't Tell was repealed and according to Marine Gen. James F. Amos, a top marine official who was initially against it, the repeal is working just fine.

God forbid, however that the Family Research Council is letting go. From an email by the group and its president, Tony Perkins:

The dust is finally starting to clear over the rubble of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal, and our military is beginning to see what's on the horizon: a campaign to radicalize the country from the Pentagon out. It started by toppling the barrier to open homosexuality. And it continues with an assault on marriage and religious freedom. Now, in its rush to accommodate the Left, Congress may have inadvertently opened the door to even more perversion. As part of the Defense Authorization bill, liberals are pushing to make sodomy a legal activity under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). In its haste to make gay sex an official part of military life, the Left could be unintentionally repealing the ban on bestiality too. Article 125 of the UCMJ, which Democrats are targeting, clearly states: "Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of sodomy."

Don't you just love how Perkins uses conditional words in the sentence "In its haste to make gay sex an official part of military life, the Left could be unintentionally repealing the ban on bestiality too."

That gives him an out to say "hey, I am just speculating" when someone calls him and FRC on the nonsense behind the statement.

Well before he even begins, let me just say:

"Tony, you aren't speculating. You are bullshitting You all lost this one. Get over it."

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JT said...

Wow, what a reach. You mean the military legal minds can't take that section of the law and remove just enough but leave the part about bestiality? Methinks Mr. Perkins doesn't think much about the military, period.

Jimi said...

I really fear for poor Tony. How can one man dream of so many many perverted sex acts? He is, like, majorly twisted. I admit I have a few kinks, but not as many as Tony, and I, a gay man, don't think about gay sex nearly as much or as often as Tony.

Unknown said...

He clearly pulled that one from the deepest recesses of his ass.

Chip said...

At least Mr. Perkins said that "the Left could be unintentionally repealing the ban on bestiality too." (emphasis mine) Gotta give him some credit for that, right? =P

Eh... I'm not nearly as funny as Jeremy Hooper, but I'm trying to laugh this off as much as I can.

Melmoo758 said...

well I have to say that the family research council is loosing the battle over gay rights, and It should be no suprise that they are. I think that this epic battle will only show how wrong FRC is and always will be in the future. I hope that SLDN OUTSERVE and others will work to remove all language from UCMJ book in due time. but I want to thank all who worked so hard to do this for all future generations of gay men and lesbian woman.

Denbeath said...

The mere idea that the Media allows air/print time to this preposterous claims makes us deserving of extinction. The sheer stupidity of these people, the bold & shameless way they tout their hateful dogma with an attitude of Righteousness. The hypocrisy of their schizophrenic religious beliefs is astounding. I spent 20 years going to their churches, practicing their religion but thankfully my temperament could never conform to all that 'godly' hate and I had to walk away. I've since often wondered why they've never been classified as a 'Hate Group'? These are the same personalities who participated in The Inquisitions, The Salem Witch Trials , The Jewish Pogroms...same people...different times.

Thank you for your blog, thank you for exposing these hate-filled people for the what they really are.