Now this is more like it. A non-apologetic liberal making the case against gays in the military as a civil rights issue. CA Conrad not only makes the argument that it isn’t a civil right, but that we should prevent people from joining the military altogether. We should go back to the “good old days” (Vietnam) when gays were at the forefront of bashing our soldiers. Hoo-rah!
Why Gays In The Military Is NOT A Civil Rights Issue – TenThousandByTheFourthOfJuly
One of the most difficult things to talk about with gays and lesbians these days is Iraq. The so-called “gay media” is only interested in shouting to let “our” soldiers in, to let “us” join and be part of… part of what? Can we refresh ourselves a moment here, I mean, tens of thousands of people have lost their lives in a war everyone realizes was for the sake of greed.
If you bought stock in Haliburton three years ago you’d be sick with wealth today. And if you did buy their stock I hope you do get sick from your wealth, your blood money!
Gays in the military, THIS is the big push? THIS is a civil rights issue? You want the “right” to put a fucking rainbow sticker on your machine gun? You GO G. I. Joe! You Hero!
No, this is not a civil rights issue. Unless we can all agree that it’s our right to kill innocent civilians. Can we do that? Can we agree killing is cool? Can we agree that a civil rights issue doesn’t have to be civil, can involve civilian killings instead, huh? Huh? You like that do you?
Don’t be mistaken…. I do not support the views of this piece at all. But I did find it thought-provoking and a worthy perspective to be discussed in our “marketplace of ideas” here at GayPatriot.
(PS – I’m guessing the name of the blog suggests 10,000 US casualties in Iraq by July 4th?)