I was wondering whether the massive leak of classified documents to WikiLinks was politically motivated. Well now we know. Turns out the PFC Manning is an undercover gay activist who managed to enlist and be placed in a sensitive assignment. He has done far more damage to the US war effort than what Daniel Ellsberg did with the Pentagon Papers in 1971. He released not just 92000 pages of classified material, but 92000 documents! Was there any officer oversight over this individual, or are they too politically correct to say anything to a gay soldier?
The following was Released from the Family Research Council:
Why One Gay Soldier Compromised America's Mission
Asked what grade he would give his administration after 18 months in office, the President responded, "Incomplete." Whether it's overturning the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) or flooding the military with open homosexuals, this President has a lot more on his social "to do" list than most of us can stomach. For the last several months, his vision of turning the military into a sexual playground was within grasp. I say "was," because a shocking story of treason may force Congress to rethink the wisdom of revoking the 1993 law against homosexuality in the military.
In May, when U.S. authorities arrested Army Private Bradley Manning for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks.org, there were whispers that he was politically motivated. It turns out that Manning is an extreme homosexual activist, whose fury over the services' homosexual policy may have led him to publicize highly classified documents about the wars. According to the U.K.'s Telegraph, Manning has an extensive history of campaigning for gay, lesbian, and transgendered causes and sources say he may have even been considering a sex change when he leaked military secrets on the Internet.
Although the U.S. press is relatively mum on his personal life, the British paper questions how Manning got away with "flaunting" his sexuality when DADT is still in effect. "Was Manning given a pass because his 'lifestyle' was...acceptable under the Obama administration?" Cliff Kincaid asks. If so, then Manning's sedition may have given opponents of the repeal all the ammunition they need to kill the idea. Obviously, the Pentagon's "relaxed enforcement" of DADT is putting the entire United States military is at risk of losing thousands of lives and the war. "The revelations of Manning's openly pro-homosexual conduct suggest that a more liberal Department of Defense policy, in deference to the wishes of the Commander-in-Chief, had already been in effect and has now backfired in a big way," Kincaid writes.
Now that the enemy has access to American intelligence, our mission in the Middle East may be irreparably harmed--all because President Obama is less concerned with winning the war than he is with winning the far-Left's approval. Unfortunately for all of us, Manning's betrayal painfully confirms what groups like FRC have argued all along: the instability of the homosexual lifestyle is a detriment to military readiness. By foisting this agenda on our soldiers, the White House is not only jeopardizing the future of national security but compromising its present.
Of course, our inquiring media has not mentioned any of this. Leave it to the UK Telegraph to uncover it. In the days of yore, this guy would be shot for treason, but in this day he will probably be defended by a platoon of ACLU lawyers and then be released. Welcome to the obamanation folks.