Alabama Civil Air Patrol is crawling with homos
So says AgapePress. The winger web rag is two for two today. You get the feeling that the guy in this piece believes there was a sudden homo invasion, ha ha ha ha.
In 2003, the Civil Air Patrol’s Redstone Composite Squadron in Huntsville was named the Alabama Air Force Association Unit of the Year. Arnold Staton served as a senior member with that squadron from 1995 until 2003. He says in 2002 he learned that the unit had appointed a “trans-gendered” individual to work as an orientation pilot directly with the young people, unsupervised. Upon further investigation, Staton says he discovered that homosexuals have been appointed to CAP leadership positions without letting anyone know about their sexual orientation.
“I started looking and found out there’s other instances in other states where openly homosexual individuals not only serve, they’re given one-on-one access in leadership situations with young people,” he says. “None of the parents [of the CAP youth cadets] were made aware of [the Huntsville situation],” he says, “so they’ll let them serve — and they don’t really want anybody else to know what’s going on.”
Staton believes CAP leaders have an ulterior motive for ignoring the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in the military. “You almost would think that Civil Air Patrol’s allowance of homosexuals and other deviants in these programs is almost a back-door way to root away at Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” he suggests — adding that such undermining of the policy “could possibly lead to openly homosexual individuals serving in the armed forces.”