Sad Day In America? Really? Really? Really?

Posted: December 21, 2010 in News and politics

It appears that the Obama Administration did something that needed to be done in decades. What I’m referring to is the end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. It’s about time that those who are openly surrounded by the Gay/Lesbian Community finally have some peace: Serve openly in the Military.  Now I know that the decision doesn’t sit well with some Americans, who particularly served in the Armed Forces included, but for those that got ousted for no reason because of their Gay/Lesbian lifestyle previously, this victory over the DADT is indeed  like winning a round in Civil Rights. Let me tell you that no one (And I mean no one) should not be ousted just because of the lifestyle that they choose with the Rainbow flags.

I was reminded of a comedic part by Chris Rock about Gays in the Military. He said “If they want to fight, let them fight. Cause I ain’t fightin!” Play that part 20 times on your DVD’s. Pay attention real close of what he said. Do I got a problem with Gays serving? Look if they want to serve, let them serve! That’s right I said it! Don’t want nobody to get a third degree of hate here. It would be like well, if you let in a certain employee that has a gay/lesbian lifestyle but pulls good work in all, don’t shut that person out.

Now some in our congress, and particularly those feel that it’s a “Sad Day in America”. Really, Americans? Really Fellow Patriots? Really? Oh, Really Now? You know what was a real sad day in America: 9/11. Before that, 12/7. And also April 4th, 1968, June 5th, 1968, September 13th, 1996, March 9th, 1997, November 22nd, 1963, February 25th, 1965, June 25th, 2009, August 25th, 2001, December 25th, 2006. Now those were sad days in America! All of those dates were comprised of the 9/11 Attacks, Pearl Harbor, the deaths of MLK, RFK, JFK, Tupac, the Notorious B.I.G., Malcolm X, Michael Jackson, Aaliyah, & James Brown. All sad days in America!

This however is not a sad day in America. It’s just sad for those who think that the military will have to be reduced to another homosexual angle. To those in this angle that are against it, let me quote a line from Stripes when Sgt. Hulka told Francis to “Lighten up”. “You are in this together. Maybe one of these men would save your life one these days you understand that?”

Obviously at times we forget that America is the Land of Opportunity. Or in this case from the Declaration of Independence, “We Hold These Truths To Be Self-Evident. That All Men are Created Equal”. Whoa, did you see that. ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL!

So like Wisconsin needs to get over the Boondoggles, America needs to get over the Gays/Lesbians can’t do stuff in the Military. Let them have this.


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