Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Obama Heckled By Gays In California

Video: 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Interruption

U.S. President Barack Obama was visibly shaken and upset at being heckled by a group of gay activists, due to his Justice Department and Attorney General, Eric Holder, reneging on a promise to lift the ban on gays openly serving in the U.S. military.

It has been a long standing rule in the armed forces, not to have openly gay individuals serving, as according to experts, it causes rifts in military cohesion. This long held practice has been firmly in place for many years, until rich gay Hollywood campaign donors pulled Obama's strings, in a bid to get the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" ban lifted, much to the fury of the U.S. military.

President Obama and his cabinet need to think long and hard before they undertake any decisions that weaken the U.S. Military. The Judiciary Report is not trying to hurt gay people's feelings, but at a time when crisis after crisis has erupted regarding America, the Iranian government and separately, terrorists groups targeting the United States, throwing the nation's military into disarray and disunity is not a good idea.