Keep It Gay
December 18, 2010
The government is going to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell”, the compromise policy whereby the military doesn’t ask servicemen about their sexual proclivities or practices and they don’t tell. (I hear that this compromise was the very first thing Bill Clinton did after he became president.) People will now be allowed to serve in the U. S. military while also openly engaging in homosexual activity.
According to the Corner at National Review Online, Senator John McCain says that our servicemen “will do what is asked of them, but don’t think it won’t be at great cost.”