Pace taking shots from homosexual views
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
(SNN Teaneck) On Monday, Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs, General Peter Pace, told the Chicago Tribune that while he supported the “don’t ask don’t tell policy”, he thought that “homosexual acts between individuals is immoral”.
"I believe homosexual acts between two individuals are immoral and that we should not condone immoral acts," Pace said. "I do not believe the United States is well served by a policy that says it is OK to be immoral in any way."
Don’t ask don’t tell is a policy drafted by Colin Powell and approved during the Clinton administration. The policy attempted to offer gays and lesbians a position in the military. Basically what that means is that is someone of a superior rank asks a soldier a question like, “Are you tonguing my balls?” that soldier does not have to answer as it might give away his sexual orientation, and his mouth is too busy anyway.
In addition to his statements on morality, Pace gave indications that the vast resources of the military were already working on a way to fix the situation. For years, they have been working on an anti-homosexuality beam, or Gayzer. Upon entering the military, soldiers would be shot with the beam, which would make them fair skinned, blond, protestant and straight.