Will ex-homosexual survive new job at U.S. Air Force Academy?

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Chad Groening,Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

A pro-family activist hopes the United States Air Force Academy will refuse to yield to homosexual activists after a former homosexual was hired at the military school.  

A radical homosexual group, "Truth Wins Out," is calling for the termination of Dr. Mike Rosebush, who has been named as the chief of Character and Leadership Coaching at the Colorado Springs school.

Air Force cadets at AF Academy 620x300Rosebush is a former homosexual who has successfully come out of the lifestyle and has been an advocate for reparative therapy.

Peter LaBarbera, founder and president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, calls Truth Wins Out a "vicious homosexual activist group."

"Ex-gays are now one of the most politically incorrect groups in American, one of the most persecuted groups," says LaBarbera, noting that reparative therapy counseling is being banned in two states -- California and New Jersey.

LaBarbera, PeterHomosexuals want so badly to convince the public that their lifestyle is acceptable, they want to do damage to those who have left because it proves their spin is simply not true, LaBarbera claims.

He adds: "For the homosexual movement that demands respect, it's pretty odd that they are leading the hateful charge against ex-gays and ex-lesbians, people who are mostly Christian, who left the homosexual lifestyle through the grace of God. But, boy, do they catch the hatred and the intolerance from the liberal left and the homosexual lobby."

Despite the claims of groups like Truth Wins Out, many people have come out of the sinful homosexual lifestyle and now live normal healthy lives.

LaBarbera says he hopes the Air Force Academy does not cave to the hateful attacks against Rosebush.

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