Obama uses State of Union address to promote homosexuals in military…

Hey, what else did you expect from the guy whose White House Christmas tree featured a photo of a transvestite…whose latest Commerce Dept. appointee is a he-she (er…ah…pardon me…a transgendered person)…and whose “safe schools” czar runs an organization that taught school children how to “fist” each other and perform oral sex on each other during homosexual sex?

With the panoply of very serious problems now faced by our nation, this is what our great mandingo man-god deems to be so important it had to be included in the State of the Union address.  Just goes to show you where his mind, morals and priorities are.

Do note in the below article that the entire Democrat Congress stood up and gave Obama a standing ovation when he made his pronouncement on ending the ban on gays in the military during his State of the Union speech. 

Yes, it’s time to throw the whole bunch out before the White House is so stained by their presence that we can’t get rid of it.

Yes, we can!  Yes, we can!  Yes, we can!  In November, 2010!

— Spencer

Obama: Repeal ban on gays in military

Democratic allies, GOP foes both respond with criticism
The Associated Press
updated 7:59 p.m. PT, Wed., Jan. 27, 2010

WASHINGTON – Reaching out to a skeptical gay community, President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged Congress to repeal the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the military, but neither made a commitment to suspend the practice in the interim nor issued a deadline.

Obama’s reference to the so-called “don’t ask, don’t tell” practice took only 32 words of his State of the Union address, but drew criticism from Democratic allies and Republican opponents alike. It also underscored the challenge Obama faces, not just with Congress but also with the Pentagon, where some top officials have been strident in their support for the Clinton-era policy.

“This year, I will work with Congress and our military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are,” Obama said in prepared remarks.

The statement drew a standing ovation from Congress and from Defense Secretary Robert Gates, but it fell short for gay activists.

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