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  1. Ray
    November 30, 2010

    Nothing there about the danger of straight soldiers being fellated in their sleep? Guess it’s not the big issue Tony Perkins thought.

  2. Bernie
    November 30, 2010

    Ray, Or the worries of having a field transfusion taking place with a HIV+ serviceman. The military checks for that as soon as you sign up and throughout your career in the military.

    Who was the homophobe wacko that was so worried about that? Perkins? Fischer? Lively? LaBarbera?

  3. Timothy Kincaid
    November 30, 2010

    Bernie,

    No, they addressed that concern. See comment # 10.

  4. R
    November 30, 2010

    It’s all pretty common sense, they’ve got their hands tied a bit with DOMA, but when that falls, it’ll be truly fair. It’s a good intermediate step.

  5. Bernie
    November 30, 2010

    Tim, that’s what I meant…that there were no worries because of the military’s current medical standards.

  6. Chris McCoy
    November 30, 2010

    Excellent write up, Timothy.

  7. Simpa
    November 30, 2010

    Decriminalizing sodomy in light of Lawrence v. Texas makes good sense regardless of whether DADT is repealed.

    On top of the DADT repeal recommendation and the sodomy decriminalization recommendation, I believe that there is a further recommendation to narrow the definition of adultery.

    No reaction yet from Peter LaBarbera, but I am sure that his head has exploded from outrage. I can’t even fathom the profanities escaping from the ample maw of Elaine Donnelly.

  8. customartist
    December 1, 2010

    The Survey is in and it is indisputable. Senators voting against Repeal vote Against the Will of the American People. The Bigots will be Revealed.

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