A married Army general on Tuesday introduced his spouse at a Pentagon event that featured lots of top brass, including Defense Secretary Ashton Carter as the keynote speaker.
What made this seemingly routine introduction noteworthy is that Brig. Gen. Randy S. Taylor introduced his husband, Lucas.
“My husband Lucas is sitting up front here,” Gen. Taylor said of the man in the same row as Mr. Carter, Army Secretary John McHugh and other senior officials. He said Lucas has subjugated his own career to support the general’s frequent moves over an 18-year relationship.
There was a time when I might have encouraged young men, including my own, to serve in the military. No more. Cast a careful eye upon these lines and consider the state of the American military in the 21st century. Consider how DADT in 1993 merely provided a means of degeneration. This Pandora’s box of deviancy and evil is undermining the U.S. military, and it presents God-fearing Americans with a dilemma. When the military is morally compromised it can no longer be an effective deterrent to outside aggression. What then?
Also, notice another point in this rainbow narrative. Two males in a homogamous relationship, one being cast the “husband”, but curiously he “has subjugated his own career…” Now, it’s not always true that in similar circumstances the woman in a marriage relationship subjugates her career to the husband, particularly in these modern times, but it is a curiosity that Gen. Taylor would mention it. The question “why” comes to mind. The classic roles in marriage are that of one person in the subordinate, the other in the dominant. Homosexuals who wear the marriage facade are attempting to steal the glory of marriage through imitation.
They have no idea what they’re in for pursuing homogamy. Should the SCOTUS in their upcoming Obergefell v. Hodges ruling decide in favor of homogamy, look for the unintended consequences to come like an avalanche.
A woman who married her female partner last year without first divorcing her husband has pleaded guilty to bigamy and other charges in Virginia. The News Virginian of Waynesboro reports 28-year-old Keyshana Rae Childress was sentenced to two years’ probation.