Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Most GOP candidates have threatened to reinstate "don't ask don't tell"; a response to the "Booing" incident


SLDN assembled  and tweeted a bunch of recent comments from GOP candidates which generally “threaten” to reinstate “don’t ask don’t tell”, or worse.  Here is a longer analysis of the “booing” incident from “Such Is Life Videos”. (The exception would be libertarian Ron Paul.)


Zach Ford has an article from “Think Progress” on Herman Cain’s recent discussion on the choice issue with Joy Behar, link here   In the 1999 Fox film, a grandfatherly character played by Alan Alda said "It's a very natural choice."  It has always seemed to me that the immutability argument is a way of punting the football, on third down. 

Somehow, if I were a member of LCR, it would be very hard to work for GOP candidates credibly. And I don't "like" partisanship.

Update: Nov. 8

Here's a piece on Rick Perry's position on Political Ticker, link

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