Bryan Fischer: DADT Repeal Means “Limp-Wristed Enlistees” Lose “Get Out Of Jail Free Card”

Posted by | December 23, 2010 21:18 | Filed under: Top Stories

When it comes to gay-bashing, Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association never disappoints.  He believes that with the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” gays in the military no longer have an excuse to bail.  Because we all know gays join the military so they can leave the military. And let’s not forget that gays are “limp-wristed.” (h/t RightWingWatch)

With the repeal of the law prohibiting homosexual service in the United States military, they just lost their “get out of jail free” card…

According to the Pentagon, “approximately 85% of discharges for homosexual conduct have been made on the basis of statements by the Service member.”

And even more distressing for our would-be limp-wristed enlistees, the Pentagon adds helpfully that “approximately one quarter of these discharges have occurred in the first four months of a Service member’s service.”

In other words, homosexuals – or people who suddenly discovered latent homosexual tendencies when they could use it to parachute out of the military – signed up for the all-volunteer army, got a few weeks into basic and said, forget this noise. I’m outtahere. All they had to do was admit they were gay – whether they were or not – and they got their walking papers along with an honorable discharge.

This is good news for Fischer:

The more this message resounds, the fewer homosexuals will want to enlist. It’s one thing to be gay, and say, hey, I’ll give it a few weeks and then bail if I don’t like the food, can’t get enough action in the barracks, or thought I’d enjoy ogling male soldiers in the shower more than I did.

So gays (you know, those limp-wristed folk) join up to catch a few naked bodies in the showers and when the fun wears off they out themselves so they can go back home.  But the party’s over. That’s why so many fought for the right to serve.

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