Texas Senators Vote to Legalize Sex with Animals in National Defense Authorization Act

The National Defense Authorization Act will allow the President to use the military to detain Americans on American soil without a trial. I am completely in support of detaining terrorists that we have caught on the battlefield, but detaining Americans on American soil with no trial is just outrageous! Every US citizen should be given due process and a trial.

That is not the only outrageous part of the NDAA. The NDAA also now legalizes bestiality!

Members of the military are pawns of political experiments. Instead of focusing on being a well oiled fighting machine without political distractions, the military has to wade through political experiments hurled their way. Soldiers are told to be completely uniform with no distractions. When politicians want to push an agenda they make soldiers on the battlefield the test subjects. The repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell is an example. It was commonly understood that the repeal was a way to open the door to pushing other social experiments on soldiers when politicians know they cannot push these things on the general population. You see, soldiers are looked down upon if they complain. Soldiers are taught to follow orders. So where regular Americans would not allow something to happen, soldiers just have to accept it.

The United States Senate (including most Republicans and both Texas Republican Senators) has just passed a bill (the National Defense Authorization Act) which strips away the military ban on Sodomy and Bestiality, according to CNS News.

The National Defense Authorization Act includes a provision to repeal Article 125 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
Article 125 of the UCMJ makes it illegal to engage in both sodomy with humans and sex with animals.
It states: "(a) Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of sodomy. Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete the offense. (b) Any person found guilty of sodomy shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.”

Wow, sex with animals now in the Military.

It is imperative for America to stand up for the Christian, Moral foundation of America. As we get away from the principles that America was founded on, the foundation of America begins to erode and America will see more problems. I was very happy to see Presidential hopeful Rick Perry attend a prayer rally, the Response, in Houston earlier this year. Historical Documents show that the Founding Fathers of America would have approved and likely attended this Prayer Rally. I sure hope the next President can stop using the military as pawns in their political agenda.


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Comments

I'll defend your right to be offended by homosexuality, I don't share it, but I'll defend it.  
What perplexes me is this:
You spent 400 words decrying the outrage of "legalizing" sex with animals and equating it with homosexual partners. . .
. . . and 50 on the fact that the new bill authorizes military detention of US citizens . . . on US soil.
.  .  . seriously?  Of the two of these, the random possibility that someone might bang a sheep, and the horror that two stable adults whose parts happen to be the same might sleep together. . . that's the one that freaks you out?
. . . really?

This has been the intention of the administration since the DADT repeal.  That section applies to on or off-base activities, therefore anyone who does anything other than missionary position in the military can essentially be disciplined or court-martialed.  Of course, because this is an old part of the code, it lumps beastiallity in with sodomy.  Repeal of this means you can't be disciplined for fooling around with someone off-base.  Or, you can't be fired for being gay because of a loop-hole in an old code that's not enforced for anyone else.  And repeal of DADT is not a social experiment.  It is catching the military up to societies current standards.  After all, most places won't fire you or kick you out if you are openly gay in the US. 

its not about the beastiality......
if you allow gays in the military but forbid them to stick it in each others butts..... 
its a bit disingenuous, lol.

Earlier this year, bestiality was made illegal in the state of Florida... finally.

As of May this past year, bestiality is illegal in Florida.

It is obvious why the ban was lifted.  Not to encourage bestiality, but to disconnect homosexuality from bestiality, which is good.  You seem to be very concerned about the bestiality aspect though.  Anything you want to share with us?

It is odd that you focussed on the bestiality aspect of this.  Does this go on a lot in Texas?

A Fellow TGV blogger already wrote about that other aspect of the law dealing with the President being given the authority to detain Americans on American soil with no trial. I put a link to that article at the very beginning of my article. There was no need to write a brand new article about that issue when a fellow TGV blogger already wrote an article about that extremely serious issue.

I used Florida as an example of one of the MANY states that legalize beastiality. Last I heard was that Florida had twice rejected a ban on beastiality. I did hear that they banned it as of September of this year but they sure have. Thank you for the correction! Hopefully the other states will do the same.

a job is very different from the military and battle. In the military there has to be complete uniformity and as little distractions as possible. This causes distractions. Why have uniformity at all if this curve ball is trown into things? Also, in the military you have to sleep and shower together. There is no problem working with a gay person at a regular job because you are not forced to shower with that person. Military members are being forced to shower with gay guys. How is that different from making a man and a woman shower together?

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