Homo Sat What? – Retired USMC Gen. John Sheehan On Why NOT To Repeal DADT: "Gay and Bisexual men are 50 times more likely to have HIV"

“The medical implications of Obama’s proposal are compelling. According to data released last year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, gay and bisexual men are 50 times more likely to have HIV than heterosexual men. This would be devastating for military resources already stretched thin, and it has pronounced implications for battlefield blood transfusions.

This proposal is not about bigotry. Race is a superficial and benign element of one’s humanness, while homosexuality is a matter of behavior. Homosexuality is not about civil rights but conduct detrimental to the discipline, trust and combat readiness of what has been — and still is — the world’s finest military. If we want to keep it that way, we should not permit openly practicing homosexuals to serve in the –  U.S. military.” – Retired USMC Gen. John Sheehan, in a Politico column co-authored by Family Research Council douche Tony Perkins.

The last time we heard from insane Sheehan was when he claimed that the Bosnian genocide took place because of openly gay soldiers in the Dutch military, an outrageous lie that he was later forced to retract.

Can someone tell me why this man thing still has a tounge?

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