Friday, May 22, 2009

Air Force kicks their $25 million aviator because he's gay

"New President. New Congress. No Change. Here is the latest evidence of what our country is losing under the law that prevents gay men and women from serving openly in the armed forces of the United States."

Read the full article at The Huffington Post.


Anonymous said...

I am gay and I am against gay people in the military. I have also supported the military advances in the last few years. Basically I believe that we lost too many good people during the 80s and 90s to AIDS. Now, it is time for another group to give up its best and brightest, that group should be Republican sons and daughters from places like Kansas. In a few years, this will all seem ridiculous and gay people will be able to enter, but I would enjoy the fact that it won't be during such a difficult moment for the military. let's stay out of the military for now and replenish our numbers, let these asshole straight guys get in line to die. Also, the fact that the army had to pay $25 Mil for someone that they had to kick out, puts a smile on my face, a little cherry on top.

Anonymous said...

That is one of the most ridiculous reasons I have ever read for anyone being against letting gay people serve in the military.