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Obama Puts Don’t Ask Don’t Tell in the Closet

March 29, 2009 By: jaysays Category: DADT, LGBT News

In a sad and twisted moment, the Obama Administration has decided to delay the repeal of the military’s Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy until 2010.  The policy, implemented during the Clinton Administration, prevents gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.  Should it become known that they are homosexual, they loose their jobs.

This turn reeks the foulness that was the Clinton Administration – court the gays, liberals and progressives, get their votes, then continue to deny them the very thing that was promised, blatantly.

You may recall Robert Gates’ YouTube video wherein he was asked if the administration would repeal the current Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy.  His response was simple, yet to the point, “Yes.”  But now, excuses for not overturning the policy seem to be all the action being taken by the administration:

This is a considerable slap in the face after the U.S. finally decided to sign the U.N. Declaration calling for the decriminalization of homosexuality.  Although a positive move forward, the administration stated that the signing of the declaration would have no impact on existing U.S. law – presumably should it have had an effect, the U.S. would have continued the policy of bigotry and left the declaration on human rights unsigned.

Upon completion of this post, I will go out to my car, which has proudly displayed an Obama pin in the rear view mirror since the election, and remove it.  I may even run over it a few times (100 or so) just to make sure my point is made.  To Obama, to America, to the free “god” loving citizens of the world, I am nothing if I am not denied.  Yet they demand my respect, my complacency and flinch at any signs of anger or resentment for what this country, it’s people and the present and past administrations are doing.

Some may say that we should be patient.  Some may say that overturning Don’t Ask Don’t Tell or providing any rights denied LGBT people should wait due to the pressing matters of the economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the overall chaos the world has fallen into; however, there comes a time when we have to demand human rights and decency be put first in the list of our priorities, otherwise, something else will always be more important.

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2 Comments to “Obama Puts Don’t Ask Don’t Tell in the Closet”


  1. Thanks for posting this. I wonder if anyone really thought that Obama would lift DADT? The economy will be used as an excuse for everything he promised us. For 2 years he spoke directly to his base telling his friend Rick Warren on an interview that he does not support gay marriage because “God is in the mix” … I mean does this sound like a man who is for gay civil rights? Obama is not a friend to the gays. Let’s be clear about that so we can at least be based in some sort of reality. Have the people completely lost any ability to think?

    watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAaQNACwaLw

    whenever they are exposed, they call it conspiracy theories … because they want us to instead trust THEM rather than our own thoughts.

    Obama is also passing new law to allow searching of PC’s, Laptops, and media devices: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yPmtQDWZ1s&feature=player_embedded

    Gays really need to WAKE UP!

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  2. I am not sure if I remember this correctly, isn’t Biden for Gay rights, just not Gay marriage? Obama is not for any rights. Gore was for Gay rights, Gay marriage, and anti-discrimination laws. Having voted for Clinton in 1996, I feel more ripped off by him than Obama. It was the gay 90’s and he rode that train. Then proceeded to jump off as soon as he was back in office. Gore would have helped us so much, I still feel that he was our best hope for positive change. Could it be that too many in the community consider Gay rights to be a lost cause? The BA seemed to have had plenty of time to deal with us. Like it was fun to come up with new laws to discriminate and regulate gay rights… or nonrights actually. What cop outs!

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