Ya know I take it back, you're not a complete moron. You illustrate my point perfectly as to why I advocated not putting homosexuals in a combat mos. You are completely fucking retarded if think the officer corps of any branch would completely ignore congress and let you run around doing whatever you want just because you don't agree. The minute the first dumbass private gets caught hazing a homo they're going to get raked of the coals. You're not the only one who would be too busy worried about the guy behind him to aim his fucking rifle down range either, just like you weren't the only singing dick to blow 500 bucks at the strip club on pay day because you "thought" the stripper liked you.
Do you actually have any thing of substance to contradict anything that I have stated? Do you think name calling is the way to win an argument? Clearly that would make Obama your hero.
For the record, I served 10 years, and I was the nice guy dragging my drunk comrades out of clubs around the world and taking their credit / debit cards from them to save them money. Strippers and Congress both want all your money. Maybe you should watch that trailer in the other post......
Need an example to prove my point?
A citizen has the right to go wherever they like whenever they like anywhere in this country. Guess what happens to any soldier trying to exercise the same rights? All they have to do is miss one required place and time and they can end up in jail. It happens regularly. Soldiers do not have the same rights. Get over it.
There were homosexuals in the military while I served. Until it was a problem on a very personal level no one cared. But when the homosexual made advances, etc. they were removed from the service for everyone's safety. It was that simple. On a professional level no one cares as long as you can do your job. But the military is a different sort of job. You live with the people you work with, so topics like this are different in the military.
There are a lot of things against the law or in violation of human rights etc., that just plain don't apply in the service. Eight hour work days are another fine example and being paid overtime. It doesn't happen.
And I can guarantee you that while the officers have sworn their oath to Congress and The Constitution they pay far more attention to their soldiers. Who do you think keeps them alive so they can get back to their family and friends in one piece? Do you? Does Congress? Or do the soldiers that technically serve under them?
Your weak logic is the very reason our country can no longer win it's wars. You don't have the guts to finish anything. You just want to blame everyone else, call names, and pretend the issue isn't real at all. Nice try, but I'm not buying it.
You wanna play the tough guy for real, then get out there on the front lines and prove it. Stop hiding behind your computer can calling everyone else idiots, homophobes etc.
And if you don't think soldiers do whatever in the hell they want or have the power to do it, you understand nothing of power. Power only exists to the extent anyone is willing to give that person power. This concept is what founded our country. And if you don't think it still applies, I can assure you that there was indeed a mutiny on a US Navy vessel within the past 10 years. The captain was an officer appointed by Congress, so how in the hell did that happen? Can you answer that one tough guy? Got a name for me in reference to this one? And no I wasn't on that ship, but I know men that were, and I've heard their stories. But that's un Constitutional! And Congress would never approve..... well Congress isn't out there manning the front lines you idiot!