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Editorial A website called www.yaf.org has been on the forefront of calling attention to memorializing the fact that Ronald Reagan's actions led to the fall of the Berlin Wall and then the Communist Soviet Union. It would be great to go to that website and view the actions one can participate in to commemorate this event.
In addition Veterans Day has arrived. Unfortunately, too many of our veterans are now being harrassed by GLBT and feminist activists who are damaging the morale of our military. I would recommend that you send one or both of the letters below to your U.S. Representative www.house.gov and 2 Senators www.Senate.gov to let them know that this state of affairs needs to be changed!
Please allow members of the Armed Forces to serve without harassment from the GLBT groups both within and without of the military. Continued democratic exercise on the subject of marriage has validated, confirmed, made obvious and undeniable the position of the people of the United States that marriage is between one man and one woman. The refusal of GLBT groups to accept this proposition and this overwhelming mountain of evidence confirms the essentially undemocratic nature of these groups. They do not believe in the equality of voters and the institutions of representative government. On this subject, courts are imposing their will, not heeding the will of the majorities as they did in the previous cases of removing slavery and providing women the vote.
Do not allow members of the Armed Forces who maintain the majority opinion about the traditional definition of marriage to have their view considered in need of “sensitivity training,” or any similar program, but rather those who have this opinion are to be given their first amendment rights of freedom of conscience.
Expecting your support,
Please allow members of the Armed Forces to serve without harassment from feminist groups both within and without of the military. Unlike in the Middle East, where women are dehumanized by being forced to wear burqas, the members of the U.S. Armed Forces show respect to women and do not deserve to be treated as anything but respectful of females. Members of the Armed Forces have proven to be respectful of the advances of leaders such as Susan B. Anthony, Margaret Thatcher, Jean Kirkpatrick, Clare Boothe Luce, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Kate Obenshain, and Debbie Schlussel.
Do not allow members of the Armed Forces who are showing respect to women to be labeled as having a “gender bias” when they are respectfully performing their duties as a member of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Looking for your support,
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