Alan Caruba sent me a link to his worthy blog Warning Signs:
Sean, you will want to read this post. Alan C.
PS. If you want to share it, be my guest.
Pfc Bradley Manning, A Warning Writ Large
Openly gay, despite the then-existing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy that allowed him to remain in the Army, Manning had experienced rejection by a homosexual lover, declaring on his Facebook page that he was “livid” after being “lectured by ex-boyfriend.” . . .
. . . This is why the Armed Forces resisted Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell when it was first foisted on them. From long experience, both military and civilian intelligence personnel knew and understood that homosexuals were particularly vulnerable to blackmail and, even as attitudes changed toward the gay and lesbian population, their emotional stability remained open to question . . .
. . . It is why today’s frontline Marines in combat do not want to rely on homosexuals in their units, but the military has become so politically correct over the years that even an unstable Muslim Army major was allowed to serve until he killed thirteen servicemen and women at Fort Hood . . .
An intriguing comparison, when one considers that the only crime worse than murder is treason.
Read the whole thing HERE
- SEAN LINNANE SENDS