Blanket statement: ( not really sure if it is true or not, I hope I do not have to find out.)
If Lt. Col. Victor Fehrenbach is dis-honorably discharged , or discharged against his will, from the Air Force, I will not vote for President Barack Obama again.
Big fat hairy deal Kyle you are one schmoe in deep blue New York, who cares what you are going to do. VERY true, but in close states, turn out will be what matters, and if you keep enough people under your heel for long enough, if Lucy holds that football one too many times Charlie Brown is not going to come out and try and kick it. People will stay home. The GROSSLY under reported story in the recent Massachusetts election were the number of progressives/liberals/Democrats that stayed home! President Palin could not do any worse by us in the Armed Forces...
From todays WAPO : The Army's top uniformed officer said Tuesday that he has "serious concerns" about overturning a 17-year policy that bans gays from serving openly in the military and supports a yearlong study into the matter before any changes are made. The carefully crafted comments by Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey to the Senate Armed Services Committee indicate reluctance by some within the military's senior ranks to President Barack Obama's plan to repeal "don't ask, don't tell."
Sure, sit back and talk, talk, talk. It is the military industrial complex, glaciers zip past them... but while you are talking, stop ruining careers, stop kicking people out! Seems like a no brainer to the 66,882, 230 folks that voted for Mr. Obama to be Commander and Chief and all. Guess we were wrong.
Not a real good day on the homo-front, as that state for lovers, ( and you know Loving v. Virginia) Virginia takes a hard right turn:
You know as fercockt as New York is.... there is still SOME glimmer of non-Neanderthal around.....