COULTER DEFENDS BOOING GAY SERVICE MAN...

  • hebrewman

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    Sep 30, 2011 12:53 PM GMT
    why does this NOT surprise me. why is it all republicans and conservatives are so into who people sleep with?

    [url]http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/ann-coulter-defends-dont-ask-dont-tell_n_987303.html?icid=maing-grid10%7Chtmlws-main-nb%7Cdl6%7Csec3_lnk3%7C100301[/url]
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    Sep 30, 2011 1:38 PM GMT
    "…The audience was not "booing a soldier" during one of the video questions, as the media, president and vice president have alleged.
    The audience was booing the soldier's demand that Republican presidential candidates commit to not overturning a sleazy partisan vote taken in the twilight days of the heavily Democratic 2010 Congress... Of course there was booing for that!
    At the time of the vote -- five minutes ago -- only eight Republicans in the entire U.S. Senate supported eliminating Don't Ask, Don't Tell. It's safe to assume that no one on the stage supported this sexualization of the military, except maybe one of the nut candidates polling at 3 percent. "

    WAS THE AUDIENCE BOOING THE SOLDIER??? RJ's Republican missionaries are saying "NO".......as is Ann Coulter.

    But Ann makes it clear what the audience is booing: ENDING DADT---Allowing Gay Soldiers to Serve----

    made REPUBLICANS CRAZY MAD !!!

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    Sep 30, 2011 2:12 PM GMT
    "sexualization of the military"...just when I think she's starting to come around she says (not surprisingly) something really dumb.
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:39 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie said"sexualization of the military"...just when I think she's starting to come around she says (not surprisingly) something really dumb.


    When has she ever seemed like she would come around? She openly called John Edwards a "faggot" on television (and yet you guys STILL defended her). This bitch is anti gay and sees us all as "less than" and what do gay republicans do? Call her a gay icon.

    Chris Barron had the nerve to say she's done more for gay people than gay rights groups, I call total bullshit on that.

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2011/09/29/ann_coulter_gay_icon_defends_don_t_ask_don_t_tell.html
    "Ann's position on this clear, and so is GOProud's," says GOProud chairman Chris Barron. "We respectfully disagree. We aren't the pod people here at GOProud. We can disagree among ourselves. Unlike the left and their RINO enablers we don't believe that every person who opposes DADT repeal is anti-gay. Indeed Ann has done more for gay people -- courageously speaking out at CPAC, for example -- then most of the gay organizations here in D.C."
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:51 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie said"sexualization of the military"...just when I think she's starting to come around she says (not surprisingly) something really dumb.


    When has she ever seemed like she would come around? She openly called John Edwards a "faggot" on television (and yet you guys STILL defended her). This bitch is anti gay and sees us all as "less than" and what do gay republicans do? Call her a gay icon.

    Chris Barron had the nerve to say she's done more for gay people than gay rights groups, I call total bullshit on that.

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2011/09/29/ann_coulter_gay_icon_defends_don_t_ask_don_t_tell.html
    "Ann's position on this clear, and so is GOProud's," says GOProud chairman Chris Barron. "We respectfully disagree. We aren't the pod people here at GOProud. We can disagree among ourselves. Unlike the left and their RINO enablers we don't believe that every person who opposes DADT repeal is anti-gay. Indeed Ann has done more for gay people -- courageously speaking out at CPAC, for example -- then most of the gay organizations here in D.C."


    Umm, the fact that she was even willing to say nice things about goproud?

    And btw, they do have a point on the DADT thing. Clinton supported it at one point in time and no one would have ever considered that stance "anti-gay".

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    Sep 30, 2011 2:52 PM GMT
    How weird she'd called it a "demand." The soldier simply asked if any of the candidates would overturn DADT and called the repeal "progress for gays and lesbians." The soldier got booed for asking a question?

    Then the interesting arithmetic of saying that only 8 Republican senators supported the repeal. With 8 Republican senators, that makes it almost 2/3 of the chamber. Just below public support for repeal.

    Finally, interesting to note that Ann Coulter knows what the military needs better than the military itself. The process of repeal had more safety valves than a nuclear reactor, and yet nobody in the military ended up objecting.
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    Sep 30, 2011 2:58 PM GMT
    Why are only gays responsible for "sexualization" of the military? Don't hets have sex, too?
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    Sep 30, 2011 3:04 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie said
    DoomsDayAlpaca said
    mocktwinkie said"sexualization of the military"...just when I think she's starting to come around she says (not surprisingly) something really dumb.


    When has she ever seemed like she would come around? She openly called John Edwards a "faggot" on television (and yet you guys STILL defended her). This bitch is anti gay and sees us all as "less than" and what do gay republicans do? Call her a gay icon.

    Chris Barron had the nerve to say she's done more for gay people than gay rights groups, I call total bullshit on that.

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/weigel/2011/09/29/ann_coulter_gay_icon_defends_don_t_ask_don_t_tell.html
    "Ann's position on this clear, and so is GOProud's," says GOProud chairman Chris Barron. "We respectfully disagree. We aren't the pod people here at GOProud. We can disagree among ourselves. Unlike the left and their RINO enablers we don't believe that every person who opposes DADT repeal is anti-gay. Indeed Ann has done more for gay people -- courageously speaking out at CPAC, for example -- then most of the gay organizations here in D.C."


    Umm, the fact that she was even willing to say nice things about goproud?

    And btw, they do have a point on the DADT thing. Clinton supported it at one point in time and no one would have ever considered that stance "anti-gay".



    Dude Republicans tried to sneak in an even worse program -.-

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don't_ask,_don't_tell#Origin

    WikiAfter Bill Clinton won the presidency, Congress rushed to enact the existing gay ban policy into federal law, outflanking Clinton's planned repeal effort. Clinton called for legislation to overturn the ban, but it encountered intense scrutiny by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, members of Congress, and portions of the public. DADT emerged as a compromise policy.


    http://articles.nydailynews.com/2010-09-21/news/27075974_1_gay-soldiers-gay-bars-gay-advocates

    Article"Do you ever regret it as a policy?" CBS News Anchor Katie Couric asked former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday, hours after a GOP filibuster prevented Democrats from advancing a defense spending bill tied to repealing the ban on openly gay soldiers serving in the military.

    "Oh, yeah," Clinton responded. "But keep in mind, I didn't choose this policy."

    Clinton says he only adopted the restriction for the armed forces after it became clear both the House and Senate were going to adopt an absolute ban on gays in the military unless he put something like "don't ask, don't tell" in place.

    "When Colin Powell sold me on 'don't ask, don't tell,' here's what he said it would be: Gay service members would never get in trouble for going to gay bars, marching in gay rights parades as long as they weren't in uniform," Clinton told CBS. "That's a very different don't ask, don't tell than we got."

    The Senate's defeat of the bill alarmed gay advocates who feel the window of opportunity to get the policy repealed will be closed if Democrats lose their majorities in the House and Senate this fall.

    But Clinton remained optimistic about his party's prospects ahead of the midterm elections, saying there's a good possibility Dems can "surprise everybody and do quite well."
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    Oct 03, 2011 12:52 AM GMT
    EMSman said


    <3 I wish someone would drop a house on her.
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    Oct 03, 2011 1:36 AM GMT
    ^^^Love it. My hottie, Henry Rollins, attacking the Coultergeist!^^^
  • GQjock

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    Oct 03, 2011 9:43 AM GMT
    Republicans .... this is your party

    Own it
    if you're going to defend her ... so be it

    But don't feign disgust at her actions ... what she says and what the rest of you do are what you are .... so celebrate that fact
    Be who you really are
  • Lincsbear

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    Oct 03, 2011 3:54 PM GMT
    'Sexualization of the military'?
    So the Republicans would be against all straight women in the military-a much bigger sexualization!

    I`m also reminded of Churchill`s opposition to African-Americans and other minorities from the USA serving alongside white British soldiers/sailors/airmen in the Second World War.Too destabilizing of morale,apparently.
    Roosevelt begged to differ.
    How on earth did they manage in those days!