Gays in the Military? Take our Poll

The stated purpose of the constitutionally upheld current law prohibiting homosexuals from serving in the military is to protect “high standards of morale, good order and discipline, and unit cohesion that are the essence of military capability.”

In codifying the long-standing Defense Department regulations, the military relies on three key areas as the basis for the current law – Recruiting, Retention, and Readiness. It found these three elements critically essential to a strong national defense, especially in time of war.

President Obama and liberal members of Congress now strongly urge repealing current law for a new “LGBT Law,” allowing for open and practicing homosexuals, bisexuals and transgenders to serve in the military.

Click this link to take the poll! Should open homosexuals, bisexuals and transgenders be allowed to serve in the U.S. Military?

Related information:
- Military leaders to speak out this week in hearing - Please pray that our military leaders will stand firm in defending current law prohibiting openly-active gays from serving in our military.
- AFA has established a dedicated webpage with extensive resources to help you understand and debate this issue.