We’re at war.

26 May

He served in Bosnia and Iraq. He was awarded the Bronze Star for Service. Now, Congressman Patrick Murphy has turned against his fellow soldiers. That, according to such outstanding conservative groups like the Family Research Council. By ramming the Murphy Amendment, which would end Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, through Congress, Murphy is putting our nation’s heroes at risk. Because unless his amendment is withdrawn, Republicans will have no choice but to oppose the Defense Authorization Bill.

What do you make of this?

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5 Responses to “We’re at war.”

  1. indypendent May 26, 2010 at 3:01 pm #

    To me this entire DADT crap is just that – a load of crap. Seems to me the ones with the problem of gays in military are those that think they are so macho. I suspect their ranting about the DADT policy shows how insecure these people are and does not have anything to do with the gays.

    With that being said, I find it disgusting that our military has seen fit to discharge alot of good, fine soldiers all in the name of some stupid policy. But to hold up the defense authorization bill because of more nonsense is really stupid. But stupid seems to be name of the game when it comes to gay issues in our military. When will our military leaders finally get the message that gay Americans are not their enemies – they only need to look into their mirror to see an enemy who is willing to do without the help of loyal gay US soldiers who are talented, devoted and the ‘real’ Americans.

    • the new sense May 26, 2010 at 4:04 pm #

      Damn right.
      Another thing, all the military top brass wants it repealed, as well as 75% of the country.

  2. Reverend WG May 26, 2010 at 3:14 pm #

    I’m 100% with Patrick Murphy..

  3. Cats r Flyfishn May 26, 2010 at 5:42 pm #

    I met Patrick Murphy and he is the real deal. I agree with Rev WG. I’m 100% with Patrick Murphy.

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