Gays in the Military - Bad for America
Consequences of the proposed new "LGBT Law" for the military - an easy to follow, yet detailed look summarizing the consequences of Obama's proposal to change current law prohibiting gays in the military. Charts outline the dangers, including forced diversity training, misconduct incidents, forcing Chaplains out of the military, lower retention rates, lack of unit cohesion, on-base housing for "married" gays, and much more.
Read the current law (PUBLIC LAW 103-160, SECTION 654, TITLE 10) which affirms the classic principle that "Homosexuality is incompatible with military service."
Problems with Gays in the Military - Providing factual information and historic context on the issue of gays in the military.
Gaying the Military: Arguments from homosexual activists don't pass muster
Gays in the Military - A Social Experiment?
Marine veteran told to 'Take a Hike'
Military leaders to give Congress opinion on gay ban lift
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was "way out of line"
Obama's new military: Gays showering with straights
Here are a few recommended actions:
- Email your members of Congress! - AFA's online Legislative Action Center
- Call Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates - 703-545-6700 (ask for his office)
- Call Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff - 703-545-6700 (ask for his office)
- Call your local military recruiter's office and let them know you believe recruiting will be hurt if gays are allowed to serve in the military. Ask them to pass your concerns along to their superior officers. (You can find their phone number in your local phone book Yellow Pages under "Recruiter-Armed Forces.")
The American Family Association wishes to thank the Center for Military Readiness for providing a portion of this information.