Thursday, September 27, 2007

General Pace or General Disgrace?

by capt. Fogg

Oh hell, let Congress censure me, but I'm an American citizen and I don't work for the government and I have a right to call it the way I see it. I have absolutely no obligation to respect the opinions of people I consider to be enemies of freedom and particularly those people on the public payroll who insist they work for an invisible entity not the taxpayers. I will not be bullied into worshipping authority or their authoritarian gods.

So when Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a Congressional hearing yesterday that our secular democracy should
"not through the law of the land, condone activity that, in my upbringing, is counter to God's law."
I have to call it disgraceful. I have to call his "upbringing" disgusting and I have to call the private and legal behavior of consenting adults none of his God damned business. There is no religious test or requirement for service in the armed forces and our troops are not required to bow to the beliefs of generals.

Screw Pace, screw his superstition, arrogance and his upbringing - and as for his god - screw him too.

Cross posted from Human Voices

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Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Amen Fogg. Amen.

7:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I could care less if we have a general who is opposed to homosexuality. he's a general, not a schoolteacher or something. They are all tough guys. you have to be!

10:07:00 AM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

I don't care about his personal feelings either, but if he's going to insist that his feelings supersede the constitution or if he's going to use his Sunday School lessons to make life miserable for otherwise good soldiers, I think that's disgraceful.

8:23:00 PM  

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