Naturally some on the right are fighting the repeal, including the Family Research Council with this below pitiful effort:
With the economy still in the doldrums, and a massive job-killing tax increase scheduled for January looming over our heads, you would think that legislation to help average Americans find jobs in the private sector would be the top priority for the Democratic leadership in Congress. If you thought that, you would be wrong.
This Tuesday the Senate will vote on a bill that would overturn the 1993 law which codified the military's longstanding prohibition of homosexual conduct in the ranks. The language that would force open homosexuality upon the military is found in the defense authorization bill -- along with another anti-family provision that would turn U.S. military medical facilities here and around the globe into abortion centers.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has arranged it so that pro-family senators do not have an opportunity to offer any of their own amendments to counter his political abuse of our military. This means the only way to stop this monstrosity is to vote against proceeding to the bill.
This bill is not necessary to fund our military -- an appropriations bill does that.
Senators should reject Reid's distorted priorities by voting against advancing this bill at every step. Call your senators today at (202) 224-3121 and tell them to stop using the military to impose this administration's radical homosexual agenda.
I'm disappointed. Nothing about soldiers being "oogled" by gay men or being subjected to "wandering fingers." No citing that ridiculous study about how gay men will rape heterosexual soldiers.
None of that hysterical mess which I have come to expect and "adore" from my religious right emails?
Damn, FRC. You are slipping.
Family Research Council pushes bogus report supporting DADT
Family Research Council refuses to acknowledge lgbt servicemen and women
Sorry Family Research Council, but the American people want DADT overturned
Religious right misleads about testimony in DADT hearing
Family Research Council echoes Paul Cameron on DADT
Family Research Council rails about 'sexualization' of the Armed Forces
Was Matt Barber's story about roaming gay hands in the military truthful? I doubt it