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Suddenly, just as the Obama-led campaign to foist the radical homosexual agenda on the U.S. armed forces is reaching its denouement, the American people are getting a taste of forced intimacy - and they don't like it. In airports around the country, they are being subjected to intrusions on their personal space by people and machines of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

Team Obama's line is that "most" in uniform think there will be no problem, or at least "mixed" good and bad repercussions. But if even an estimated 10 percent choose to leave the service - let alone 40 percent of Marines, who, according to the leakers, think repeal will cause problems - the effect will be traumatic, possibly devastating, for the U.S. armed forces. If tens of thousands choose not to submit and "vote with their feet," as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Mike Mullen, has called on them to do, it may become impossible to rely only on volunteers to staff our military.

In that case, a vote for repeal of the 1993 law barring homosexuals from the military amounts to a vote for reinstating the draft.

Frank Gaffney, Right Wing Watch 56 Comments [12/30/2010 4:25:41 AM]
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Trovore

I'd say the first people to be drafted would be, oh...the "40%" of those ex-soldiers. Its a no-brainer. After all they're already trained.

12/31/2010 5:32:50 PM



"In that case, a vote for repeal of the 1993 law barring homosexuals from the military amounts to a vote for reinstating the draft."

=== Good. You can send you sons out to be killed in Bushe's illegal war and in Afghanistan too. Any sensible man would declare himself gay in the circumstances.


12/31/2010 5:36:46 PM

Sasha

Excuse my ignorance, but what does the repeal of DADT have to do with the TSA?

1/1/2011 4:40:26 PM

Shadoboy

If you're so worried about the state of the army stop bitching and enlist.

1/1/2011 11:51:04 PM



In airports around the country, they are being subjected to intrusions on their personal space by people and machines of the Transportation Security Administration

If you were to actually think for a moment, you'd recall that it was your beloved Bush who started that.

1/2/2011 7:59:20 PM

Ebon

Oh, good grief.

9/2/2012 9:26:03 AM
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