EDGE Boston, which bills itself as "the largest network of local Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) news and entertainment portals in the world," has featured my answers to questions sent to me by the Springfield News-Leader concerning "Don't Ask, Don't Tell":
DADT Becomes Major Issue in Congressional Elections :: EDGE Boston
Wow; I even got a photo!
DADT is not a major issue for me. It's just a minor symptom of a government that has declared war on God and on His Commandments. The major issue is the myth of "the separation of church and state."
A secondarily major issue is at the end of the News-Leader article:
We face economic meltdown if we don't cut wasteful and unconstitutional "big government programs." The military is a "big government program. ..."
"The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are unconstitutional, wasteful, and un-Christian. The Bush-Obama regime has committed $10,000 for every man, woman, and small child in America to overthrow the secular government of Saddam Hussein -- who granted Christians religious freedom -- and replace that government with an Islamic theocracy under Sharia law. ...
"Veterans programs are essentially big government welfare programs. All such government programs should be cut, and replaced with voluntary charitable support from the individual, church, and business sectors." He offered more comments on his Web site.
That's correct. Check these webpages out:
• Blessed Are the Peacemakers
• The Defense Budget
• Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament
• Is War Ever "Just"
• War and Imperialism
• Blueprint for Afghanistan
• Mutual Assured Destruction
• Swords Into Plowshares
• Was The Iraqi War Biblically Justified?
• Don't Send the Marines!
• Memorial Day 2010
• Mideast Conflict
• Who Owns the Holy Land?
• Weapons of Mass Destruction (RNEP)
• Torture is Un-American
• Military Tribunals
• Vengeance Belongs to God, Not to Man
• Vine & Fig Tree: The American Dream
• The Vietnam War
• World War II and its Lessons
• Weapons of Mass Destruction
• The Draft
• Reclaiming the War Power
• U.S Security Strategy
• Weapons of Mass Destruction
• Strategic Nuclear Forces and Missile Defense
• Trade Sanctions
• U.S. Security Strategy
• Oil and the Moslem World
• International Economic Policy
• A Biblical Defense of Pacifism
• A Pacifist for Congress
• Israel: Is the State God?
• Israel: The miracle country turns 60
• Exiting the Balkan Morass
• Patriotism: Loyalty to Country or to God?
• Department of Veterans' Affairs
More important than "DADT" is imperialist mass murder by the federal government and the "patriots" who just follow orders. More important than DADT is the military-industrial complex, which America's Founders condemned when they warned against "standing armies."
I don't even have a webpage on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." Oh yes, this blog post: "Don't Ask, Don't Speak." I'm wrong; here's another blog post: "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." Oops; here's a web page: My secret life under "don't ask, don't tell." (Honestly, I lose track of what I've written. I'm over 1,000 blog posts and webpages now. I have to coax results out of Google.)
Here's my point: anti-war is more important to me than anti-homosexual.
Maybe I give homosexuals too much credit for being "sensitive" and cool, but it strikes me as odd that homosexuals would want to become paid killers for Halliburton and the Bush-Obama regime. A silly stereotype, I suppose.