I received the following email from the President on Saturday at around 6:00 PM. He was ecstatic, very gay, over the repeal of DADT, do tell. Well I inserted my commentary into his email to make it more truthful ...
[To my true believer aka those who drink the KoolAid]:
Moments ago, the Senate voted to end "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
When that bill reaches my desk, I will sign it, and this discriminatory law will be repealed.
[Homosexual] and lesbian service members -- brave Americans who enable our freedoms -- will no longer have to hide who they are.
The fight for civil rights [lie #1] a struggle that continues, will no longer include this one.
This victory belongs to you. Without your commitment, the promise I made as a candidate would have remained just that.
Instead, you helped prove again that no one should underestimate this movement [the Marxist march?]. Every phone call to a senator on the fence, every letter to the editor in a local paper, and every message in a congressional inbox makes it clear to those who would stand in the way of justice: We will not quit.
This victory also belongs to Senator Harry Reid, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and our many allies in Congress who refused to let politics get in the way of what was right.
Like you, they never gave up, and I want them to know how grateful we are for that commitment.
Will you join me in thanking them [the foolish 65?] by adding your name to Organizing for
[Soetoro/Obama]’s letter? [No way Mr. President] America
I will make sure these messages are delivered -- you can also add a comment about what the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" means to you. [It means weakening of our military and consequently, our nation, a dramatic step toward destruction? Thanks Barry]
As Commander in Chief [Liar in Chief would be more accurate], I fought [the law and the law lost!] to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" because it weakens our national security and military readiness [lie #2 – DADT dose just the opposite, sir, it stems the threat of homosexuality which will cause instability and dissention]. It violates the fundamental American principles of equality and fairness [lie #3 – it establishes privileged rights for a subgroup based on their abnormal, unhealthy, abhorrent behavior].
But this victory is also personal.
I will never know what it feels like to be discriminated against because of my sexual orientation [lie #4 --- you imply that homosexuality is an inherent quality like race or gender --- it is not it is a behavioral choice, which may have been shaped by a person’s abnormal upbringing or social environment].
But I know my story would not be possible without the sacrifice and struggle of those who came before me -- many I will never meet, and can never thank.
I know this repeal is a crucial step for civil rights [you repeat lie #1], and that it strengthens our military and national security [you repeat lie #2]. I know it is the right thing to do [Sir, you may think it is but the absolute fact of the matter it is WRONG].
But the rightness of our cause [advancing Marxism/socialism/tyranny/big government] does not guarantee success, and today, celebration of this historic step forward is tempered by the defeat of another -- the DREAM [lie #5 – Amnesty, let’s call a spade a spade] Act. I am incredibly disappointed that a [righteous] minority of senators refused to move forward on this important, commonsense reform that most Americans understand is the right thing for our country. On this issue, our work must continue.
Today, I'm proud that we took these fights on.
Please join me in thanking those in Congress who helped make "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal possible:[No thanks deserved, no thanks given. Shame on you, sir for leading US to destruction.]