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Congress repeals ban against gays in military

• Reuters

Congress on Saturday repealed the ban against gays serving openly in the military, a major victory for President Barack Obama who had promised to end what his liberal supporters said was an outdated and discriminatory policy.

Obama intends to sign it into law next week, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said. 


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This ban of the Democratic House of Representatives whose controlling members are predominantly gays is good for their homosexual counterparts in the military who want back their right to sodomy in the frontline while under fire from the enemy. Also getting back their right to exercise lesbian and homosexual intimacy anywhere they want, even while sharing a shower or bed in their living quaters or military barracks.  You might find it weird to win a war this way if you happen to believe we could win with this gay right made larger than life itself ... but count me out. Believe me I am scared of the mounting number of casualties let alone of losing the war.

Comment by Anonymous
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This ban of the gay Democratic House of Representatives is good for their homosexuals counterparts in the military who want back their right to sodomy in the frontline while under fire from the enemy. Also getting back their right to exercise lesbian and homosexual intimacy anywhere they want, even while sharing a shower or bed in their living quaters or military barracks.  You might find it weird to win a war this way if you happen to believe we could ... but count me out.


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