Ben Carson’s campaign is in its death throes – and it’s spewing idiocy everywhere.
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“It bothered me to hear Secretary Clinton saying ‘Well, what DOMA was about was to prevent something even worse.’ That just wasn’t true.”
In one of the top speeches of Biden’s tenure, the Vice President sounded like he was ready to run tonight.
In as few as six months, transgender people will be able to serve openly in the military. Cue RWNJ explosion in 3..2..1…
For a culture that struggles even with the reality of homosexuality, ‘transgender’ will be impossible for some to understand. Beck’s book may change that.
There’s plenty in the memo for everyone, including civil rights advocates and right-wing Christian bigots, to hate.
The end of the ban will herald a new era for the members of every branch of the military.
The former four star general and Secretary of State is confident in Hagel’s chances.
Perhaps Akin’s amendment will be passed in the final version, but it’s doubtful. It seems that anything that his name attached to it eventually fails.
Captain Phelps emphasized that the proposal was only possible because of the repeal of ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.’
It was suggested to the happy couple that they marry at West Point because it was in New York, which legalized gay marriage in 2011.
Ohio Senatorial candidate, Josh Mandel, is being attacked by his in-laws for his stance on gay marriage.
Paul Ryan Brags – ‘I Voted To Send People To War’ [And 12 Of Obama’s Foreign Policy Accomplishments] (VIDEO)
The Romney/Ryan ticket has virtually no foreign policy experience and Romney’s greatest foreign accomplishment seems to be offending our allies.
‘Dr. Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks never took an oath of office that they broke. Sodomy is not a civil right.’
When a pet GOP program is discredited just try, try again.
In this interview with Chris Wallace, Rick Santorum tried desperately hard to challenge Wallace’s assertion he is uses the same exact arguments against gays and lesbians in the military, as were used decades ago to keep the military segregated.
Discussing DADT, Rick Santorum Agrees With Argument Made In Favor Of Racial Segregation Of The Military
In a Sunday interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News, Rick Santorum found himself in a very uncomfortable position. Chris Wallace asked the GOP Presidential candidate about his intent to reinstate the discriminatory ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy that ended just last month.
During the GOP Debate tonight in Orlando, Florida, a gay soldier named Steven Hill asked Rick Santorum a question about Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the policy that kept gay soldiers from serving openly until it was officially repealed on September 20th. The audience promptly booed Hill and Santorum failed to condemn the audience reaction.
On September 20, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell finally goes where it belongs: the dustbin of history.