Family Research Council calls military gays a pool of tainted HIV blood

Family standing in front of American flag
Gays allowed in USA military.
Christians not happy about it
The Family Research Council, a spin off of Focus on the Family, has this to say about the legalization of gays in the military: "FRC will continue to monitor the consequences of this reversal of 236 years of American military policy, limit the damage--and demand that the Defense Department do the same. Expect to see celebrations from homosexual groups and fawning stories in the media about how "the sky has not fallen." That's only because there will be no press releases from the new victims of sexual harassment or assault, the soldiers exposed to HIV-tainted blood, the thousands of service members who choose not to reenlist rather than forfeit their freedom of speech and religion, and the untold number of citizens who choose never to join the military. It's clear this President is more interested in appeasing sexual revolutionaries than in fighting America's enemies."
Parents read book to child
Free to grow up gay
and join the military
I hope the above speaks for itself. This Christian organization thinks that their response is from God. To me, it seems that FRC is afraid. They are scared to have unconditional love for all human beings. Times are changing though because people are comfortable with their gay sons, cousins and uncles. It is harder to hate someone you love instead of some abstract antiquated notion of what a gay person is. So, FRC needs to look around and see who are the gay people in their families and then accept them unconditionally.By Maurice Lacunza