That’s Right Nate

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Gays Do Not Belong in the Military

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Yesterday on Fox News, Fred Barnes encouraged John McCain to go after Barack Obama on gays in the military.  It is sad that the campaign has been reduced to this when everybody knows that gays do not belong in the military in the first place.  There is no constitutional right to serve in the military.  Being able to serve multiple tours of duty in Iraq or Afghanistan is above all a priviledge.  As a priviledge, the government has the right to deny it to anybody they want to.  The grand adventure of being a soldier is reserved for those patriotic young men (and now women) who uphold American standards of morality and decency.  When the insurgents attack and a soldier finds himself surrounded by heavily armed militants do you think he wants to see a homosexual with a gun next to him?  Of course not, he’d rather be there alone.

If we were to open the military up to homosexuals they would take jobs away from heterosexual troops.  The homosexuals would naturally stand out at inspections where their uniform would be impeccably neat compared to the heterosexual soldier next to him.  Their barracks would not only be ship shape, but decorated as well.  Straight soldiers would not be able to compete with this and would not be able to ascend to leadership positions.    By all means, let’s put the facts out there and lets see how many people support Obama’s position.

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Written by thatsrightnate

July 6, 2008 at 9:01 am

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  1. it’s “privilege.” not “priviledge.” spell check once in a while. you look like you have no idea what you’re talking about when you misspell words.

    but wait, since you’re so anti-gay, wouldn’t you rather put them all into one battalion and send them out into the war first? that way you could exterminate them faster. sorta like hitler and stalin did. you should suggest that to mccain for his next troop surge.

    thatswrongnate

    July 13, 2008 at 2:28 pm


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