Obama Marines-Gay Houseboys

Some people call this, “progress”, while I see it as a deterioration and misuse of America’s military. Homosexuals will turn out to be the most unreliable members of our military. Bradley Manning was just the beginning. And to use U.S. Marines as houseboys is TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE.

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I am a Native American of European Ancestry. I am married to a REAL immigrant from The Philippines, who I actually got a VISA for, before I brought her to the U.S.A. It just seems only fair to me that EVERYONE should have to get a visa before they come to America. And if they come here WITHOUT a visa, then they should be sent home and NOT given a special pass because they are of a certain ethnic group or because they "work hard". I work hard too AND I OBEY THE LAW.
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One Response to Obama Marines-Gay Houseboys

  1. Marcus Young says:

    Ok, I’m am going to address everything that is wrong with this post.

    1) Just because someone is gay, does not make them unreliable. And to insinuate that being gay makes you a liability is homophobic and uncalled for. Are you aware that member of our military were in the closet long before Obama revoked Don’t Ask Don’t Tell? And that since being allowed to come out, their performance is either exactly the same or better than it was? Being gay has nothing to do with how someone fire a gun, has nothing to do with how someone will do re-con or how they will react in any given situation. It just means that they like the same gander.

    2) It is harshly unfair to compare all gay member of the military to Bradley Manning. How much do you actually know about him? I know plenty on the account that I almost did a report on him and ended up spending six hours reading about his life. First of all, he was placed in a position that he was not ready for because they needed someone for said position (this position is what allowed him to leak information). Second, he should never have been allowed to hold a position unsupervised. He was, at the time, going through gender-identity therapy and had had cases in the past where he had disciplinary problems. Later, it was discovered that he had a slew of issues that would have, without a doubt, gotten him discharged.

    3) Gays of the military are NOT Houseboys. They do as they are asked without question, and with total loyalty for those that they protect. They still get shot at, still get killed, still salute the President, and still become heroes. Their sexual identity hasn’t changed that. The image that you put in the top right had corner, is of a soldier coming HOME and kissing his boyfriend/husband after what was most likely a long deployment and or boot-camp. It’s no different then what straight solider’s do when they come home. So why are you judging them? As for the image below that, all Presidents have someone, Marine, Navy officer, ect…hold an umbrella over them should they be delivering a speech outside and it is raining. There is no proof that that man is gay. Just as their is not proof that the men in the other two images are straight.

    4) This is progress. Gay individuals in the military can now be who they are without risk of being discharged for it. They are less likely to be beaten by other solider’s that don’t agree with their sexuality. They now have the freedoms that they are fighting for.

    I am planning on becoming a U.S. Marine, and I will do so knowing that I have the freedom to be open about who I am without the risk of fearing the man standing next to me. Because when it comes down to it, when you are on the battlefield, every man on your side, regardless of sexuality or skill level, is your brother. Gays in the military should take pride in who they are. And no one has the right to judge them or tell them otherwise.

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