Sunday, August 1, 2010

Let Gays Serve Openly in the Military?

John Stossel says yes:

America is one of many countries that forbid openly gay people to serve in the military. Others are: Cuba, China, Egypt, Greece, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Turkey, and Venezuela.

See a pattern?

With a few exceptions, those are not countries where free people want to live.

By contrast, Australia, the United Kingdom, Israel, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, and Spain all allow gay people to serve.

No country has America's in-between policy: Gays can serve—as long as no one finds out about it. Where did that come from? -Read the Rest

A better idea is to just get rid of the military completely. Problem solved (and lots of foreign lives saved).


  1. I think their logic is hiliarious. I wonder if they also support universal healthcare based on that line of thinking. *shrug*

    I think gay people shouldn't serve. Why should they fight and die for a country that hates them? In fact, the military should just be white, Christian males. I wouldn't feel the least bit bad about sending them someplace to be shot at.

  2. No military? And then leave yourselves open to an invasion from the Norwegians? No way, man.

  3. I'll admit I didn't think about Norway. As soon as our defenses were down, that Nordic madman King Harold and his lapdog parliament would be sure to strike.

    We'll just have to maintain a minimal elite army to keep them at bay, either that or strike first, take Norway out, and then get rid of our military.


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