Their biographies read like the script for an action movie, except perhaps the movie wouldn’t have quite so much action: Flying military missions over enemy territory, sending coded messages while captured, firefights in exotic locales from Vietnam to Iran to Mogadishu, Oval Office briefings and faceoffs with communists in Nicaragua.

These three retired military giants, U.S. Navy Cmdr. Eugene B. McDaniel, Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin and Adm. Jeremiah Denton, have scoured their experiences and come to the conclusion that using the military services for social experiments regarding homosexuality poses a huge danger to America’s future.

“My outlook tells me we should pray the words ‘God bless America’ and immediately after that prayer offer another, ‘God help America,'” Denton told WND regarding the plan by Congress and Barack Obama that is intended to allow openly homosexual behaviorial choices inside the ranks of the Army, Navy, Coast Guard and Marines.

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