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First Lesbian ‘Wedding’ desecrates Military Chapel. Obama violates state law.

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Chaplains Denounces Lesbian Ceremony on Army Base


A military chaplains’ organization is speaking out against a lesbian ceremony held at a U.S. Army chapel in Louisiana.

Ron Crews, executive director the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, said Fort Polk’s chaplain may have acted in accordance with his church teachings, but he should have considered state law and pending legislation in Congress.

Fort Polk is located in Louisiana, a state that does not recognize same-sex marriage or civil unions.

Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., also has a bill in the House that would ban military installations from being used for a same-sex marriage or a marriage-like ceremony.

A Fort Polk spokesman Scott Stearns has said the women’s ceremony was a commitment ceremony, not a marriage.

But Crews said that made no difference, according to state law.

“While the ceremony was not a marriage, it is clear that this was in fact a marriage-like ceremony, and it was performed on a military base in a state that has a clear definition of marriage in their state law,” he said.

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Dr. Chaps’ comment:  Folks, I have been repeatedly saying for months, what nobody believed was true, that military chapels both Catholic and Protestant will be desecrated in all 50 states by acts of sod omy on the Christian altar, robbing all our troops of their right to a sacred worship space.  Any chaplain who objects will be punished, and the keys to his chapel must be turned over to homose xual activists.  Does anybody doubt that my warning has now come true?]

President Obama trampled on Louisiana state law, and desecrated the Christian chapel on a military post at Fort Polk, Louisiana, by authorizing the first homose xual ‘wedding’ ceremony by a lesbian couple in a military chapel.  Flaunting his federal power over Louisiana (whose law clearly defines Marriage = 1 Man + 1 Woman), and ignoring the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, Obama’s Pentagon lawyer Jeh Johnson issued a memo this year forcing all military chapels in all 50 states to be open for ‘gay’ weddings.

Now we learn that three weeks ago, a lesbian couple was secretly ‘married’ upon, and desecrated the Christian altar in the base chapel with sod omy, marking the first reported homosexual wedding in a military chapel ever.  A pro-homose xual chaplain presided at the ‘marriage-like religious ceremony’ of two lesbian soldiers, but did not issue a license, making the union illegal in the eyes of both Lousiana law, and the laws of Almighty God.

Congressman John Fleming, M.D. (R-LA) told on Wednesday that “the U.S. Army had confirmed to him that the chaplain had performed the ceremony less than a month ago in the base chapel at Fort Polk, which is in Fleming’s district.”

“It is my understanding that this is the first ceremony of its type on an American military base and that is, as it’s reported, it was a wedding ceremony between two members of the same gender who are uniformed members of the Army,” Fleming said.

Congressman Todd Akin (R-MO), said this confirms the need for the Senate to pass two good pro-chaplain amendments protecting chapels and chaplains free speech:  “It is very concerning that a same-sex ceremony would occur on a military base in a state where the definition of marriage has been clearly defined as between one man and one woman,” Akin said.  “This action is clearly in contravention of state law, and also violates the Defense Department policies issued last fall. This appears to be a case where political agenda has trumped the rule of law, which is absolutely unacceptable. This confirms the importance of the language that my colleagues and I worked to include in the House-passed National Defense Authorization Act for 2013, which would protect chaplains and servicemembers from this liberal agenda. The same individuals who will violate the law to advance their agenda will persecute those around them who disagree with their views.”

“Congressman Akin has led the efforts to protect traditional marriage on military bases. In 2011, Congressman Akin offered an amendment to H.R. 1540 which was stripped by the Senate. In May 2012, Akin offered an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for 2013 which would protect service members and chaplains from recriminations based on their concerns regarding same-sex marriage.”

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Posted by Donna Calvin — Saturday, June 09, 2012




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