So, let me get this right: military men and women have now been afforded the legal approbation necessary for interviewing each other about their non-heterosexual activities. How far have we drifted from the purpose of the military wherein one would think conversation should be guided by the professional subject of how to win wars?
And how is it anybody's business in the first place? One can be said to be lying only when one intentionally conceals the truth from another who has a right to know it. Workplace etiquette has always dictated the inappropriate nature of bringing into the work place anything that can be left at home, including regaling colleagues with the details of one's weekend escapades.
And where has the great modern obsession with privacy disappeared to? Or is privacy suddenly deemed a hindrance when it comes to promoting certain select agendas?
This is truly a brave new world where politicians who haven't served a day in the military are blindly led down the primrose path to perdition by well-heeled and well-funded lobbies who criminally subject thousands under obedience to the Commander-in-Chief to wildly irresponsible social experimentation.
Let us hope these naive dupes have not unleashed a monster of hatred and violence fueled by ignorance and fear that can never be caged.
God have mercy on us.
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