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In the last 50 years our world has changed so much, faster than anytime in the written and oral history of mankind.  In these 50 years, our morals and understanding of moral deprivation and evil has taken a dramatic nose dive into open & shameful debauchery. Our forefathers, the Founders of America would not only be disgusted by our behavior, they wouldn’t believe what has become of the nation they and their brothers fought and died for.

In June of this year 2012, the Pentagon hosted the first ever govt. sponsored gay pride event.  Let’s take a look to see what our first President General George Washington had to say about gays in the military.

Head Quarters, V. Forge, Saturday, March 14, 1778.

At a General Court Martial whereof Colo. Tupper was President (10th March 1778) Lieutt. Enslin of Colo. Malcom’s Regiment tried for attempting to commit sodomy, with John Monhort a soldier; Secondly, For Perjury in swearing to false Accounts, found guilty of the charges exhibited against him, being breaches of 5th. Article 18th. Section of the Articles of War and do sentence him to be dismiss’d the service with Infamy. His Excellency the Commander in Chief approves the sentence and with Abhorrence and Detestation of such Infamous Crimes orders Lieutt. Enslin to be drummed out of Camp tomorrow morning by all the Drummers and Fifers in the

[Note 28: Lieut. Frederick Gotthold Enslin.] Army never to return; The Drummers and Fifers to attend on the Grand Parade at Guard mounting for that Purpose.  (Library of Congress)

In my search I found that many of the founders and those who were inspirations to our founding fathers viewed homosexuality as not only a threat to society, but they knew that homosexuality is the last step a country or nation takes before it’s downfall. Here are a few more quotes:

Sir William Blackstone, whose authored extensive Commentaries on the Laws of England from 1765-1769 became the preeminent legal authority that was admired and used by America’s Founding Fathers, stated:

IV. WHAT has been here observed…, which ought to be the more clear in proportion as the crime is the more detestable, may be applied to another offence, of a still deeper malignity; the infamous crime against nature, committed either with man or beast…. But it is an offence of so dark a nature…that the accusation should be clearly made out….

I WILL not act so disagreeable part, to my readers as well as myself, as to dwell any longer upon a subject, the very mention of which is a disgrace to human nature. It will be more eligible to imitate in this respect the delicacy of our English law, which treats it, in it’s very indictments, as a crime not fit to be named…This the voice of nature and of reason, and the express law of God, determine to be capital. Of which we have a signal instance, long before the Jewish dispensation, by the destruction of two cities by fire from heaven: so that this is a universal, not merely a provincial, precept.

The first law-book of the America, authored by founding jurist Zephaniah Swift, referring to sodomy, stated,
This crime, tho repugnant to every sentiment of decency and delicacy, is very prevalent in corrupt and debauched countries where the low pleasures of sensuality and luxury have depraved the mind and degraded the appetite below the brutal creation. Our modest ancestors, it seems by the diction of the law, had no idea that a man would commit this crime. . . . Here, by force of common law, [it is] punished with death. . . . [because of] the disgust and horror with which we treat of this abominable crime.

Sodomy was a criminal offense at common law and was forbidden by the laws of the original 13 States when they ratified the Bill of Rights. In 1868, when the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified, all but 5 of the 37 States in the Union had criminal sodomy laws. Until 1961, all 50 States outlawed sodomy, with about half in 2003 continuing to provide criminal penalties for sodomy performed in private and between consenting adults.

Miller reports that the penalty for homosexuality in several states was death — including New York, Vermont, Connecticut, and South Carolina. Thomas Jefferson advocated “dismemberment” (castration) as the penalty for homosexuality in his home state of Virginia, and even authored a bill to that effect, reducing the penalty from death.

Dear Readers – the choice for how this all plays out lies in your heart, your soul, and your mind.  Please do not stand by idly while our country is destroyed from within.  While our govt has been trying to ramp up security to stop terrorists from blowing us up, they and WE have allowed moral terrorists to tear down our constitution, our values, and our standards and we have allowed them to replace those great things, with political correctness, homosexuality, and debauchery all in the name of ‘equality and civil rights’ with the 4 letter word attached at the end… LOVE.