Saturday, September 29, 2007

AFA of PA ACTION ALERT: Thank General Pace



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September 28, 2007   


General Pace Reiterates that Homosexual Acts are Immoral – Is Jeered by Onlookers


During testimony before the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace, was given an opportunity to clarify his ‘homosexual acts are immoral’ remarks from a March interview


General Pace once again said homosexual acts are wrong and should not be permitted in the military any more than adultery should be condoned.  Senator Tom Harkin D-Iowa, thinks both the homosexual and adultery policies in the U.S. Military Code of Justice need to be changed.


On Wednesday General pace said, “ . . . that we should respect those who want to serve the nation but not through the law of the land, condone activity that, in my upbringing, is counter to God's law."


In June President Bush announced he was not re-nominating General Pace for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff position. General Pace retires on September 30th




1.)  Take a few minutes to tell General Pace ‘thanks’ for his service to the country, his willingness to take a public stand for morality and the military ban on homosexuals serving in the military.    Click here to leave your comments.


2.)  Remember you can now listen to Diane Gramley’s radio program “American Family Focus on PA Issues” on the website.  Click here


3.)   Feel free to forward this alert to other concerned Pennsylvanians.  If this alert is being forwarded to you by a friend, please feel free to sign up by sending an e-mail to 


4.)  Please consider supporting the ongoing work of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania.  Make an online donation.


In His service,


Diane Gramley


American Family Association of PA



AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation.

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