Former Navy Chaplain: DADT repeal is ‘War on god’, ‘Will force draft’
I have a high level of respect for religion and for the people who practice a religion. This guy, not so much.
Gordon Klingenschmitt, a former Navy chaplain discharged for misconduct, spoke recently about his opposition to the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” saying that it was a sign that the “government has declared war on God.”
According to Klingenschmitt, allowing gays to serve openly would “lead to a national draft” driven by the “mass exodus of Christians leaving the military” because of the “open homosexuals who are ogling them in the shower,” he said during an interview with radio host David Pakman.
Rather than accept homosexuality, Klingenschmitt argued, the military should reject the “demonic disease,” which he claimed he had once cured through some sort of gay “exorcism.”