Randy Thomasson has condemned a historic homecoming kiss by a lesbian military couple as the USS Oak Hill docked in Virginia Beach after 80 days at sea.

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Marissa Gaeta won the right to be the first to exit the vessel and be greeted by her partner, Petty Officer 3rd Class Citlalic Shell.

The women shared a kiss on the pier as a crowd waved flags around them.

A picture and a link to the story was posted on Obama's re-election blog (barackobama.tumblr.com) along with the caption: “President Obama signed the repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' into law one year ago today.”

The kiss has been dubbed “the kiss heard around the world.”

Speaking to OneNewsNow.com, Randy Thomasson, head of the Christian conservative group Save California, lamented that the Navy allowed the historic “first kiss” to happen.

“San Diego, being the top Navy port on the West Coast, has an aggressive homosexual activist community which is just applauding this big time, saying 'it's delightful,' saying, 'it's fantastic,'” Thomasson said.

The military is “about a fighting force to defend our shores, to defend our interests, and to advance the cause of the United States' security in the world. I would not make it social engineering that the Navy has done it, and now perverse social engineering,” he added.

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