Friday, January 29, 2010

McCain Marriage on the Rocks?

      Perhaps John and Cindy McCain need to work on their communication.

     After President Obama's State of the Union address, Sen. John McCain immediately released this statement:

    In his State of the Union address, President Obama asked Congress to repeal the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy. I am immensely proud of, and thankful for, every American who wears the uniform of our country, especially at a time of war, and I believe it would be a mistake to repeal the policy.
    This successful policy has been in effect for over fifteen years, and it is well understood and predominantly supported by our military at all levels. We have the best trained, best equipped, and most professional force in the history of our country, and the men and women in uniform are performing heroically in two wars. At a time when our Armed Forces are fighting and sacrificing on the battlefield, now is not the time to abandon the policy.
     First of all, there are people at all levels of the military who also oppose discrimination against homosexuals in the military.  Of course, they can't speak up about for fear of being labeled as gay and getting fired, even if they really are straight.  Government sanctioned witch hunts are so much fun, aren't they?  Secondly: "successful policy"?  Seriously?  Successful at what...destroying the careers of well-qualified Americans who are (to quote you, John the Senator) "fighting and sacrificing on the battlefield"?  Are you not also "immensely proud of, and thankful for, every American who wears the uniform of our country, especially at a time of war" even if they are gay or lesbian?  Apparently, not, you homophobic hypocrite!

     You mask your prejudice behind patriotism and sacrifice, but are conspicuously unable to name and face the victims of your "successful" policy: homosexuals.  Say it, John the Senator.  Come on.  Don't be afraid.  You just have to will your lips, tongue, and throat to do it.  I mean, you won't become one of us just by saying a little word.

     Here let me help you.  "Homo" as in Tony Romo, but with an H instead of an R.  Then, say "sex," you know, like what you and Cindy were doing, while you were still married to your first wife, who remained faithful to you all those years you were in captivity.  Then, say "oo" and "ah" as in...sorry, I just can't go there with you.  You know, forget it!

     Just rip the tape off Cindy's mouth and have her teach you.