ADF response to Senate vote to normalize homosexual behavior in the military

Alliance Defense Fund’s response to the U.S. Senate’s vote to normalize homosexual behavior in the military Saturday:

“The Senate’s cave-in to pressure from activists to impose homosexual behavior on our military will place our troops’ religious liberties in unprecedented jeopardy.  Indeed, the first official casualty of this hurried vote may well be the religious freedom of chaplains and Service members,” said ADF Litigation Counsel Daniel Blomberg.  “No Americans, and especially not our troops, should be forced to abandon their religious beliefs.  We hope that our nation’s leaders will work to ensure that none of our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines are ever made to choose between serving their country or obeying their God as result of this damaging policy decision.  And ADF stands ready to defend Service members if they are ever unconstitutionally required to make that choice.”

Additional commentary from Daniel Blomberg on

Pentagon report: “Don’t ask, don’t tell” about religious liberty (12/17/2010)

ADF Homosexual Conduct in the Military resource page

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