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GOP “far out of step,” “not being very intelligent” on DADT

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Unfortunately, in addition to people like John BONEr and Eric Can’tor “not being very intelligent” on the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” policy, I’d add that the GOP is also motivated by: 1) homophobia; and 2) the desire to defeat Obama and the Democrats on everything they want. Neither are good reasons to be against repealing this stupid, ineffective, obsolete, self-defeating, harmful, discriminatory, wildly unpopular policy.  Enough talk about this, we know the answer. Just ditch it. Now.

  • Elaine in Roanoke

    Wow. When George Will says Republicans are “not being very intelligent,” you know that the GOP is on the wrong track.

    I firmly believe that the Republicans – who have just seen their “deregulation, slash taxes but not spending, attack minorities, start dubious wars” so-called philosophy totally discredited – think they have no other options except to try to oppose President Obama and the Democrats at every turn.

    Plus, they have yoked themselves to the far-right fringe Christian movement on social issues, and they are trapped there.