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Tuesday, April 30, 2002

Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Just Wiggle

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Come, Holy Priest, who ever Horny

Come, Holy See, who ever Deny
Hiding Priests, the Price is High,
It is the hour, and tolerance zero
Abusive Molester, in our Church you’re a Hero.

Let flesh and heart and lips and thigh
Penetrate their Innocence, their Babyhood pry;
And Lust overpower our mortal goals,
Let Trust gently rape our Children’s souls.

Communiqué this, O Father, ever Right
The Accused protect, the Victimized slight,
And Holy Pedophile, whom all abhor,
Reign in Heaven forevermore.

Telling, Asking and Lying
The Official Military Policy

By Clinton Fein
January 01, 2000

Follow the Leader
By Clinton Fein
March 17, 1998

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By Clinton Fein
January 01, 1998


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Just Wiggle
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Pope John Paul II
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The Holy Father is turned on by children
Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, Washington archbishop following a series of meetings with Pope John Paul II and cardinals summoned to the Vatican to address the sexual abuse crisis facing the Catholic Church.

Last Sunday, National Review editor Rich Lowry said of priestly abuse, “A lot of these cases don’t involve the molestation of little boys, pedophilia. [They] involve having sex with teen-age boys, which is more sort of homosexual behavior. … I’m not justifying it. It’s just not something heterosexual men do.” Yesterday, Cardinal Francis George of Chicago added that the church should allow “wiggle room” in punishing abusive priests. “There is a difference between a moral monster like [homosexual molester Father John] Geoghan, who preys upon little children, and does so in a serial fashion, and someone who perhaps under the influence of alcohol engages in an action with a 17- or 16-year-old young woman who returns his affection,” said George.
“Not something heterosexual men do”? “Wiggle room” for sex with a 16-year-old “young woman”? Look who’s liberal now.
William Saletan, Get It Straight. The hypocrisy of blaming sexual abuse by priests on gays,, April 24, 2002

Less than a week after discussing the church's sexual abuse scandal with Pope John Paul II, U.S. Roman Catholic cardinals Sunday defended their decision not to adopt a "zero tolerance" policy against priests accused of abusing minors.
At the close of the Vatican meeting Tuesday, U.S. church leaders issued a communique that condemned such abuse. But the statement fell short of instituting a policy to remove men from the priesthood for a single instance of sexual abuse involving a minor.
Cardinals still working on priest abuse policy, CNN, April 29, 2002

There is a consensus that anyone who is thought to be a danger to children should not be in ministry. Where there is disagreement is over what to do with a priest who was involved in nonserial abuse 20 or 30 years ago and has been clean ever since
Father Thomas J. Reese, editor of America magazine, Bishops, media views of 'zero tolerance' create gap in perceptions, April 26, 2002

(d) SENSE OF CONGRESS. - It is the sense of Congress that - (1) the suspension of questioning concerning homosexuality as part of the processing of individuals for accession into the Armed Forces under the interim policy of January 29, 1993. should be continued, but the Secretary of Defense may reinstate that questioning with such questions or such revised questions as he considers appropriate if the Secretary determines that it is necessary to do so in order to effectuate the policy set forth in section 654 of title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection (a); and
(2) the Secretary of Defense should consider issuing guidance governing the circumstances under which members of the Armed Forces questioned about homosexuality for administrative purposes should be afforded warnings similar to the warnings under section 831(b) of title 10, United States Code (article 31(b) of the Uniform Code of Military Justice).
10 USC 654 - Policy Concerning Homosexuality in the Armed Forces, Codification by Congress of an amendment to Chapter 37 of title 10, United States code, making 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Pursue, Don't Harass' law.

(a) Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex or with an animal is guilty of sodomy. Penetration , however slight, is sufficient to complete the offense.
Article 125, Uniform Code of Military Justice, Congressional Code of Military Criminal Law

Under the previously mentioned Article 125, adultery and sodomy are prohibited conduct. Sodomy has unique definitions in the military however. For instance, while faithful married heterosexuals may not , at least in theory, engage in anal sex (and who, aside from sexually dysfunctional politicans, is really inspecting what happens between their sheets anyway?), unmarried homosexuals may not even utter they are gay. No, this is not an error. The simple statement of one's homosexuality or bisexuality creates a "rebuttable presumption" that the servicemember engages in homosexual acts, or has the "propensity or intent to do so." In other words, having sex and saying you're gay is considered identical conduct and results in identical consequences.
Clinton Fein, Follow the Leader,, March 17, 1998


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