People don’t realize that Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell was actually a way to keep homosexuals from craving attention while serving in the military. This point is proven by all the homosexuals making YouTube videos showing off their gayness. They act like DADT has kept them in the closet from their friends and family, but in reality they just used DADT as an excuse to hide their sinful lifestyle from the world.
When you sign up for the military, you are not signing up to join a fan club or an exclusive gyn membership. The only think you should be concerned about is your training and how you are going to kill terrorists.
Why do homosexuals think DADT is all about them? How do all the heterosexuals that serve keep their sex life out of the picture while doing their job in the military? This is because they followed the rules of not letting their sex life or the need to use their sexuality to get attention interfere with their duties. How many YouTube videos are being posted of heterosexual servicemen calling up family members and telling them that they are heteros and that they couldn’t let their families know because the military is hateful? None! This is because heteros don’t let their sex choices make who they are.
Gays will tell you that they like to perform sin docking with other males even before you ask them. Sometimes you might not even be thinking about if they like to mouth sex act on another same sex partner, before they throw on a shirt saying they love penis. Unlike healthy minded heteros, gays can’t understand that no one cares or wants to know what they do. We all know they are going to hell and we keep that to ourselves, while they flaunt their sin scepters at their annual parades for all the world to see. Just like it would be rude for a hetero couple to be having sexy talk at a restaurant, it is unacceptable for gays to show off their sick choices of sexual appetite. I thought gays want people out of their bedrooms? Well that privacy stops once they bring their bedrooms out into public.
This is why the military should reinstate DADT, but change it to something the gays can’t cry about. The new name would be “DADC” which stands for “Didn’t Ask, Don’t Care”. This way gays can’t run around saying they couldn’t fully serve cause they had to be quite about their sexual deviance. Instead, unless someone asks them if they like to gobble down on man candy sacs, they have to sit there and shut up up their sex life. I know the urges of not getting attention or not having the ability to write sad letters to their friends about how they are outcast due to their sexuality, but the military needs to rid soldiers of the thoughts that sex and lifestyle have a place in battle. This includes both hetero and homo lifestyles.