Friday, September 23, 2011

Santorum Soft on Homosexuality

Barking moonbats are in an uproar that Rick Snatorum has vowed to restore "Dont' Ask, Don't Tell" if he wins the presidency. Conservatives however are in an uproar over Santorum's support of the liberal Clinton-era policy that was designed as a wedge to get homosexuals into the military in the first place.

Before Bill Clinton pushed for DADT, homosexuals were banned from service in the US military. Santorum would restore the US Military not to a Biblically aligned condition of morality, but to a debauched state created by an adulterous president who was impeached for lying under oath.

Past Presidents banned homosexuals from service in the US Military. Rick Santorum wants to let them in, as long as they're sneaky enough to not get caught in the act. That's being soft Ricky. That's bowing to the gay agenda like Bill Clinton. That's being a liberal, not a Conservative.

"But, he wants to push back the gay agenda by restoring DADT!" you may say. You have to realize that the repeal of DADT hasn't really changed anything in the military, as enforcement of DADT was already very lax under Obama. Only homosexuals who outed themselves or who were caught in a gay sex act have been kicked out under Obama. A law that's not enforced is as bad as no law at all. Santorum's claim to want to restore DADT is nothing but an effort to SOUND tough on homosexuality without actually doing anything about it. If he really cared about this issue he'd be moving to ban homosexuals, not let them linger on as long as they're discrete enough about it.

The Republican party and the Tea Party would be better off without gay agenda enablers like Rick Santorum.

Gay rumors have circulated for years about Santorum. His desire to discretely keep homosexuals in the US Military only adds fuel to the speculation.

1 comment:

mx. punk said...

today's agenda: infiltrate the military! sperminate soldiers up their a**holes!