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January 5, 2011

Sissies and Killers
by Charles G. Mills
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GLEN COVE, NY — American liberals have enthusiastically celebrated the passage of a law requiring the Armed Forces to recruit homosexuals. The celebration in some cases (for example, Rachel Madow, liberal host at MSNBC) is so excessive that one has to wonder if homosexuality will replace abortion as the cardinal defining principle of contemporary American liberalism. Even the Republican liberals joined on this issue.

Certainly, today’s liberals can consistently count on unity in their ranks whenever they want to spend the people’s money to pay doctors to kill unborn babies and pay sissies to fight our wars. Liberals occasionally pay lip service to the idea that abortion is tragic, but they consistently fund Planned Parenthood’s operation of mass-production abortion mills. Does anybody really believe that liberals contribute as much to the Boy Scouts of America as to Planned Parenthood? After all, Planned Parenthood is the nation’s number one baby killer; the Boy Scouts of America excludes homosexuals from all role model positions.

It is not surprising that those who insist on abortion as the defining issue of their politics would be ready to adopt homosexuality as its replacement. Abortion and homosexuality are two radical rejections of life.

The practice of contraception weakens the will. It is an anti-life activity that requires far more deliberation than most single sinful acts. Once one comes to believe that babies are not the natural consequence of sex, it is a lot easier to see them as impediments to a licentious sex life rather than as persons. Whatever the reason — and contrary to liberal dogma — widespread contraception increases rather than decreases the number of abortions.

Once liberals denied the intrinsic link between sex and procreation, predictable consequences followed. America’s liberals embraced artificial contraception as something to be publicized; publicly funded; unimpeded by any legal, social, or moral restraints; and distributed to children.

Not too long ago, homosexuality was considered to be a disordered condition. Then in 1973, the American Psychiatric Association reclassified it as a normal condition. This liberal triumph only proved one thing: Thomas Szasz was right that psychiatry is not based on science. The reclassification allowed liberals to brand as a quack anyone who continued to try to treat homosexuality as a disorder. Furthermore, it gave a pseudo-scientific basis for the liberals’ insistence that there is nothing wrong with sodomy.

Sir William Blackstone, whose jurisprudence was the foundation of early American law, viewed sodomy as one of the worst crimes a man could commit. In my lifetime, sentences of 20 years for sodomy were not uncommon. It is not surprising, however, that a liberal Supreme Court, which protected nationwide mass killing of unborn babies, would find a right to sodomy in its perverse jurisprudence.

Liberals embrace this perversion of jurisprudence — and demand conformity to it. Anyone who opposes homosexual soldiers and homosexual Scoutmasters is branded a “homophobe,” which is apparently the moral equivalent of some kind of slave trader or Ku Klux Klan church bomber. Anyone who wants to protect the life of the unborn is called an enemy of the First Amendment and accused of wanting to set up a national established church — and of creating a climate in which people shoot abortionists.

The liberal phalanx continues to lead us into a brave new world in which doctors kill our children and sissies fight our wars, and in which no dissent — at least on these two issues — is tolerated.

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Charles G. Mills is the Judge Advocate or general counsel for the New York State American Legion. He has forty years of experience in many trial and appellate courts and has published several articles about the law.

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