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Sandy Rios wants "disordered" gays banned from the military

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On March 20, 2014, American Family Radio's Sandy Rios insisted that the ban on gays in the military be restored because members of the LGBT community are "disordered" and will not be able to "provide strong defense for our nation."

Have we been so lulled into silliness and foolishness that we think that transgendered soldiers who are confused about their sexuality who want to undergo gender reassignment, homosexual soldiers who are constantly thinking about their sexuality -- and I say that with authority, having interviewed so many ex-gays and talked about this for years, there is an obsession -- their identity, they think, is their sexuality.

How many of you who are heterosexual would first of all say to someone in describing yourself, 'I'm heterosexual, I have sex with the opposite sex'? You have much more of an identity than that, don’t you? Well for homosexuals, they claim that as an identity, it's all about sex, so that is a disorder in itself. You can write me, I realize that's angering words but that is a disorder because that's not who you are, you are much more than that. It is a disorder, it is disordered thinking and if we think that soldiers that are obsessed with these issues are going to provide strong defense for our nation, I think we are foolishly denying whatever is true.

Much like her colleagues, Rios seems to think a military full of people who can't fight until they've seen how all of their comrades check their nails for dirt would be much more imposing.

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