There’s truly something wrong with an American – any American – that boos someone in the military. Personally, I support their right to free speech, but do it in front of me and I’ll knock your block off.
At last night’s Republican debate, the audience did just that – they booed an American solider. And, why did they do this? Because he’s gay, like that gives them the right to be despicable human beings.
But, here’s the kicker – not one of the GOP Candidates for President stopped yakking their crap long enough to quiet the audience down. Not one of them had the guts to say, “Hey, that’s a soldier, we don’t boo soldiers.”
PUSSIES – Every last stinking one of them. Oh, they’ll stand up and thump their Bibles and wear their lapel flags, but they won’t really stand up for what’s right. Michele Bachmann – that set of boobs with an empty head on top – will tell you no one should pay taxes, but she won’t stand up for someone who has served this country honorably. Rick Santorum – there’s the boil on the butt of humanity – thinks that sexual orientation has to do with sex activity. This brainac (and I mean that sarcastically) said:
I would say any type of sexual activity has absolutely no place in the military. The fact they are making a point to include it as a provision within the military that we are going to recognize a group of people and give them a special privilege to, and removing don’t ask don’t tell.
Special privilege? What an ass! Hey moron, it isn’t a special privilege to be able to be yourself without fear of losing your job. I am completely out at work – probably one of the most out gays around – and it isn’t a special privilege. It is my RIGHT as a God fearing, tax paying, American citizen to be able to go into work, do a good job and have no one complain because there is a picture of my beautiful wife on my desk.
The only thing this debate really proved is that there is a huge divide in this country: those who believe in the flag, the Constitution and Freedom and the other half are Republicans.