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January 28, 2009

Obama's First 100 Days: 'Repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell Would Be a Disaster'

Topics: Gay Agenda, Political News and commentaries
As Matt Sanchez notes at The Fox Forum, "It's been one week since Barack Obama was sworn in as commander-in-chief and the new president has not hesitated to push his agenda-the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell." In other words, pushing the gay agenda:

[...]  Although "the primary purpose of the armed forces is to prepare for and to prevail in combat should the need arise", forcing the military to legitimize same-sex relationships will be a Trojan Horse for imposing gay marriage nationwide and all in the name of "change."

Gay activists have a mission for the military and it's not national defense.

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Much related post: Obama Outlines His Gay Agenda On WhiteHouse.gov
Talk about efficiency. WhiteHouse.gov, the official site of the President, was updated to reflect the changeover from President George Bush to President Barack Obama within a few minutes of Obama's inauguration. Has anyone visited the site yet, and if so, have you seen The Agenda page? I have to say that I am impressed--it lays out Obama's civil rights agenda, which includes broad support for the LGBT community.

Posted by Hyscience at January 28, 2009 9:30 AM



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