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I thought that we had moved on from this one controversy, but apparently I was wrong. Some on the right are STILL ranting about the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. We keep waiting for the parade of horribles that the right has promised, and of course none of it ever happens. And, they keep spewing their bile nonetheless.

Laurie Roth of Alan Keyes' Renew America has published an anti-gay column which calls for the reinstatement of Don't Ask Don't Tell. The reason is to stop President Obama from attempting to "terrorize" and "destroy" military service members by "raping their freedom of speech and religious rights." In addition, Roth is fairly certain that the military will soon be approving bestiality. It's quite a (ridiculous) rant.

From Right Wing Watch:

If you were gay and in the military, you weren't to bring it up, push it, or make it an issue. You could deal with it on your private time elsewhere. That certainly sounds fair to me given the grave seriousness of a mission and need to focus on priorities at hand not sexual play or controversy.

Now, thanks to Obama we have our military forced into his social and sexual experiment. Straight soldiers now have to deal with outed gays who have rights to push their sexual agenda and get whatever they want, or lawsuits will fly and pressure will crush the straight soldier. Freedom of speech is rapidly disappearing from straight military folks, which means the vast majority are screwed into cloned silence, while the gays can have a scream fest of speech freedom.

In Obama's new and improved and downsized military, we have a sexual playground of lawsuit-rights shrieking gays, and soon perhaps transgenders. Why have any real mission focus left in the military at all? There is too much playing to do.

Are there other sexual types that feel left out with all these rights swirling around? Yes, indeed. Those who love animals and want to have a sexual relationship must be included. Just think of it. Soldiers who are bored on the battlefield abroad can look at a wild boar and field of goats in an entirely new way. "Say, I am free this evening. Perhaps you are too."

Our U.S. military is the most brave, moral, and competent force in the world. It is sickening and beyond treasonous that we have a Commander in Chief Obama, who trifles with them, sexualizes them, while raping their freedom of speech and religious rights. How dare he downsize them, terrorize them, even try and demand they pay for their own war injuries, then destroy them.

We must support putting back "Don't ask, don't tell" in our military, reinstate freedom of speech and religious rights for our military, and stop using them as a social experiment for Obama's agenda.

I wonder what the goats think about all this.

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