Friday, June 08, 2007

Strange Republicans

If I wrote a post every time a Republican presidential candidate say or advocate something incredibly moronic, well, I would be posting multiple times each day. But this is really disturbing, why the uninamity towards not allowing gays and lesbians openly serve when all of them, except Ron Paul, is so adamant about maintaining a strong military presence? Mitt Crapney said that "now is not the time for a major change, a social experiment" Social Experiment? Really? Is it really an experiment when every other civilized nation in the world has done it successfully? Is now the time to cling no anachronous notions of soldier comradery when Arabic linguists are being discharged for being gay?

I mean, seriously, are you kidding me?

2 comments:

WillyPete said...

I'm glad that they let Ron answer that question. I think he's right on about the issue.

Head Dude said...

Jon Stewart's retort:

"There is nothing they would not do to fight and win this war," marveled Stewart, before showing all the candidates standing silent when asked if they would approve of gays serving openly in the military. "Apparently the only thing worse for these candidates than another terrorist attack would be a gay hero stopping it," remarked Stewart.