Insight Into “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

Gregory Lee, a lesser-known ‘national’ columnist, bluntly explains why gays shouldn’t serve in the military.  You’ve got to give him credit for not beating around the bush…

I’ll tell you why having openly homosexual military members in the military is an awful idea. Go to West Hollywood or San Francisco the last weekend in June during “Gay Pride” festivities and take a good look at what these people are doing. Then ask yourself if any of them should have anything to do with national security, and if they should serve with, or be in charge of you, your son or your daughter if they were in the military.

If that doesn’t convince you, then you need to understand that homosexuals predominantly want to serve in the military in order to have access to people their own age with whom to engage in sex. It’s just that simple. It’s all about sex, and not about serving the nation.


Funny, isn’t it.  Those making the most sweeping generalizations about ‘those’ people are the ones who typically know the least about them.

3 thoughts on “Insight Into “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

  1. Especially considering Fraternity and sorority issues.

    He also assumes because one, then the other, which wouldn’t pass any sort of credible academic review.

    Preaching to the lowest common denominator, that’s for sure.

  2. 1. I agree with Kyle (and you, of course)

    2. This reminds me of a scene from… wait for it… The West Wing. I know I know, I need to get over drawing examples from this show, but I just can’t help that it articulates my opinions on certain matters much more eloquently than I could ever hope to. Watch this clip: . The part I’m referring to starts at the 2:14 mark. I think you may find in interesting 🙂

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