Military Thought Police: Can't Say Homosexual Behavior is a Sin
An Army chaplain's assistant said she was accused of creating a "hostile and antagonistic" environment after she posted a message on her personal Facebook page calling homosexuality a sin.
The soldier, who asked not to be identified, said her commander ordered her to either remove the Facebook message or face a reduction in rank and pay.
"I haven't taken it down and I won't take it down," she told Fox News. "It is frustrating that people are trying to silence me - for something that I believe in. We fight for the freedom that I can't enjoy right now. That's not right."
The soldier, who is an evangelical Christian, said she returned home from church on Sunday and was watching a documentary about a minister who endorsed homosexuality.
"I was frustrated with what I saw so I posted a Facebook message about it," she said.
So while it seems homosexuals now have a "right" to be open about their immoral sexual behavior, good military servicemen and women no longer have the First Amendment-protected right of freedom of religious expression. Interesting, but not surprising.