Barack Obama Says That DADT "Lawsuits Are Disruptive" – *cough* LOSER "cough*

“I’ve been a strong believer in the notion that if somebody is going to serve in the military, in uniform, putting their lives on the line for our security, they should not be prevented from doing so because of their sexual orientation. … The overwhelming majority of Americans feel the same way. It’s the right thing to do. As commander-in-chief, I’ve said that making this change needs to be done in an orderly fashion, and I’ve worked with the Pentagon, Sec. Gates, Adm. Mullen, to make sure that we are looking at this in a systematic way that maintains good order and discipline, but that we need to change this policy. … Keep in mind, we’ve got a bunch of court cases that are out there as well, and something that would be very disruptive to good order and disclipline and unit cohesion is if we’ve got this issue bouncing around in the courts as it already has over the last several weeks, where the Pentagon and the chain of command doesn’t know at any given time what rules they’re working under. We need to provide certainty. … This should not be a partisan issue.”

Obama, spoke to  to reporters after today’s live press conference and even though the Dem’s suffered a massacre he’s not going to let that stop his stubborn, pigheaded, Don’t Ask Don’t Tell tune.  Obviously math is not Obama’s strong suit getting two to five Republican votes in the Senate (which he asked Log Cabin Republicans to do) is less helpful now that there are only 50-52 Democrats. We need 10-12 Republicans.

Good fucking luck with that.  And thank you for promoting institutionalized homophobia they way that you have been by dealing with DADT like this.

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Will Kohler

Will Kohler is a noted LGBT historian, journalist and owner of Back2Stonewall.com. A longtime gay activist, Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced in notable media venues as MSNBC and BBC News, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Hollywood Reporter, and Raw Story,

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