Omigosh. Did I really just say that?
Did I really say that at the very same time that advocates of changing the military's "Don't ask, don't tell" policy are arguing that there is no downside to gays in the military that a gay soldier just committed one of the most serious breaches of security in modern times--for reasons directly related to his sexuality?
I can't believe I said that. I must be a homophobic bigot.
As penance, I will now go and beat my head against a wall and repeat Diversity slogans over and over again until I have convinced myself that these stories have absolutely nothing to do with each other.
And by the way, please, if you want to avoid committing any anti-gay rights Thought Crimes, under no circumstances should you read the following articles:
- Basic Cable, by George Neumayer
- Pfc. Manning: Poster boy for 'don't ask, don't tell', by Anne Coulter
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