So the latest bit of furor from the thought police, otherwise known as the homosexual agenda, is in regards to General Peter Pace’s comments in a recent article. As always, it’s best to go to the original source to find out what was said rather than relying on second and third hand reference articles from other outlets. Here is what he said:
“I believe homosexual acts between two individuals are immoral and that we should not condone immoral acts,” Pace told the Tribune editorial board. “I do not believe the United States is well served by a policy that says it is OK to be immoral in any way.”
–Gen. Peter Pace, Chicago Tribune 2007
So General Pace believes that homosexual sex is immoral. Tell me where he is not entitled to that opinion. I’m struggling to figure out why it is so shocking that somebody actually believes that. Millions of people believe that. Why is it odd that one of them would be a US General? He can believe whatever he wants. I think what is happening here is that he came dangerously close to the truth. He stared the 300 pound gorilla in the room right in the eye. What matters to the homosexual agenda crowd is not that people think it’s immoral, it’s why people think it’s immoral that scares them so bad. Here is that reason:
“As an individual, I would not want [acceptance of gay behavior] to be our policy, just like I would not want it to be our policy that if we were to find out that so-and-so was sleeping with somebody else’s wife, that we would just look the other way, which we do not. We prosecute that kind of immoral behavior.”
–Gen. Peter Pace, Chicago Tribune 2007
And there you have it. That is the type of reasoning that scares the gay activists to death. The inclusion of homosexuality as just another form of sexually deviant behavior. The gay agenda is wholly based on seperating homosexuality out as a seperate and distinct act that is different from any other sexually wierd behavior. That would put it on par with natural heterosexual sex. Anybody on board with that? I’m not. Look at yourself in the mirror. It’s pretty obvious where things are supposed to go. It’s not rocket science here folks.
Gay advocates are loath to get into discussions of why homosexuality should be afforded it’s immunity status from other sexually abberant behaviors. When you compare it to incest, bestiality and such, about all you’ll get is a retort along the lines of “well, it’s different because it’s between two consenting adults and it’s not hurting anybody.” Those arguments are woefully inadequate for the task though. They end up proving too much. Let’s do a mental exercise for a moment to prove that point:
- Adam and Steve are two adult men. Let’s say that they are both in their 40’s.
- Adam and Steve are also gay and live together.
- Anybody have a problem with this so far? Probably not. They can be gay if they choose to.
- Now, would your opinion change if I told you that Adam and Steve were brothers? I thought so.
The point here is that all of the traditional defenses that gays give to justify homosexuality, just justified incest too. If it’s ok for Adam and Steve to be gay because they are both consenting adults and they aren’t hurting anybody, then it’s also ok for them to commit incest with one another as long as they both consent. They are men and so there is no possibility of having messed up children result from their actions, so they aren’t “hurting anybody”. Any justification that also justifies incest is no justification at all.
There is only one valid excuse for being homosexual: Because you want to. It’s as simple as that. If you want to be gay then you will be. But don’t try to act as if it’s totally normal and nobody should be freaked out by it. If you decide to be gay, you will have to deal with the consequences. Just like Adam and Steve will have to deal with the consequences of their incest if it were to be discovered. General Pace’s moral convictions are logical in this regard and I am extremely glad that he didn’t apologize for them.