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At Obama's behest, Supremes rejects challenge to 'don't ask, don't tell'

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Comment by Found Zero
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Don't ask, don't tell might have been remotely sensible in a pre-war military.

Now we have soldiers and CIA and FBI and God's knows how many other agencies involved in abduction, torture, sexual torture, torture and rape of men and women and children and people want to still talk about gays in the military? Like the military is some bastion of morality at this point?

What is the point now? That a non-gay military interrogator who sodomizes a detainee is somehow preferable to a gay military interrogator who sodomizes a detainee? Where is the moral pretense here? The non-gay interrogator did it because he felt he had to and not because he enjoyed it?

Sorry guys but there's an older code. It's called "you don't do that to people because you have too much respect for yourself".

And if you don't understand that, why, that's why you are a nation of perverts and sodomites and murderers and rapists.

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