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Posted on 09/25/2010 6:09:48 AM PDT by Woodland
While preaching to the choir at his April 12 Nuclear Security Summit, President Obama revealed his perspective on America's matchless military might: "Whether we like it or not," he said, "we (the United States) remain a dominant military superpower." That the president would even imagine "we" might not "like it," betrays his fixed membership within that "progressive" camp of self-loathing "or nots." (Mr. Obama's anti-Americanism is showing.)
Indeed, if there were ever a question whether Democrats are woefully weak on national defense, that question was cleared up on Tuesday. Taking direction from Lady Gaga (evidently Mr. Obama's new national defense czar) Senate Majority Leader and chief surrender monkey Harry "the war is lost" Reid cynically attempted, but fortunately failed, to ram through a repeal of Section 654,Title 10, USC - the law prohibiting homosexual conduct within the ranks of the armed services. Just two Democrats - Sens. Mark Pryor and Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas - voted against repeal.
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Plus, when the Taleban & al-Queda find out that US troops are not just infidels, but queer ones, at that, that should definitely improve their fighting spirit & recruitment.
If I were gay, I believe I would be leery about serving in a muslim country. That lisp, tongue stud, or earring might make you a favorite target. I suppose you could claim sexual objector status, & serve your time in San Francisco instead.
The Democratic party has been weak on defense since John Kerry falsely accused his fellow veterans of mass attrocities. He should change his name to John Judas Kerry.
Don’t forget John Murtha throwing the Haditha 8 under the bus before they even had a trial.
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