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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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Talk about efficiency., 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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