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megimoo
06-18-2011, 12:38 AM
U.S. Department of Agriculture activists want to impose their intense brand of homosexual sensitivity training government-wide, including a discussion that compares “heterosexism” — believing marriage can only can be between one man and one woman — to racism.

If accepted by the Obama administration, that move could mean more sessions for military service members already undergoing gay-sensitivity indoctrination. Critics fear additional gay-oriented training would be an unnecessary added burden for combat troops and encourage some to leave.

USDA officials have asked the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which oversees all federal worker policies, to impose its gay-awareness programs on all federal departments, according to an internal newsletter.

The push for the training is coming from Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack, former Democratic governor of Iowa. He has launched a department-wide “Cultural Transformation” that includes the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender [LGBT] Special Emphasis Program.”

The USDA’s senior training coordinator, Bill Scaggs, has developed a sensitivity program far more extensive than the Pentagon’s training for the anticipated lifting of the ban on open homosexuals in the ranks. His training program, which OPM calls “groundbreaking [and a] model for other agencies,” delves more into gay issues and terminology. It also justifies pro-homosexual political positions.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/jun/17/gay-activists-seek-approval-govt-training/

txradioguy
06-18-2011, 02:36 AM
Color me shocked.

But in a way...as distasteful as it is to have to sit through this kind of "training"...it could have a positive effect as well.

If the DoD were to do this...it would have to be completed before the military is "certified" as being completely briefed on the repeal of DADT. The SecDef and CJCS couldn't certify the repeal until it's done.

That takes a long time to do...like maybe well into 2012...where there'e a high probability of a new President and new SecDef who would stop this whole DADT repeal in it's tracks.