Friday, October 23, 2009

Not 'a test lab'

Center for Military Readiness president, Elaine Donnelly, has an article at American Thinker called 'Roadmap for Railroading the Military.' A gay activist group in California called the Michael D. Palm Center knows that their goal of repealing the so-called 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' law (actual name of which is Section 65, Title 10) has little chance of being reversed if gay activists were to be principled enough to allow the democratic process to run its course. They know there aren't enough votes in Congress to repeal the law.

But, seeming to believe themselves above the law, the Palm Center is suggesting to the Obama administration a strategy 'that would short circuit the political system.'

Donnelly points out that the president's highest priority should be the protection of the American people 'not political payoffs or the demands of the LGBT Left.'

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