Last edited by OscarB63; 09-10-10 at 12:24 PM.
The point being made that I'm responding to - work off of that. NOTHING to do with whether gays are born <cough> they are </cough>. Has to do with the argument given as to why they shouldn't be allowed to serve side-by-side.
You guys are analyzing this like sex crazed children. Do you connect the dots between behavior and outcomes?
I'm all for going gay, doing drugs, etc (do what you want)... but lets be honest, there are repurcussions. In a military unit, obedience, sameness and a common thought process are key; otherwise you end up like the Roman legions each running their own way looting, pillaging, banging each other etc. Being gay is akin to having a heroin user in the unit, they are thinking about other things. (just like if I were in a "woman only" unit as a man)
Be gay, do heroin, whatever ... but when you join any system that demands obedience those sort of things that cause you to "standout" are detrimental. Some more, some less.
Why the F would anyone want to join the military anyway?
Last edited by SingleCellOrganism; 09-10-10 at 12:24 PM.