Friday, November 19, 2010

Anti-Military Senator Barbara Boxer Compares US To Iran, Pakistan & North Korea Over "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"

Barbara Boxer, that disgrace from Marin County, CA, rode to re-election on the basis of a phony endorsement from VFW-PAC (later dissolved) because of her alleged focus on veteran's affairs.

Some concern about veterans. Today, she attacked the US and the military for the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, and went a huge step further than just regular criticism. This snotty-assed bitch actually compared the United States to Iran, North Korea and Pakistan (CNSNews).
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) today likened the United States of America to Iran, North Korea and Pakistan because those nations also do not allow homosexuals in their militaries.

Boxer likened the U.S.A. to the Communist regime in North Korea, the Islamic regime in Iran and the Pakistani government at a press conference in which she called for repealing the ban on homosexuals in the military during the lameduck session of Congress, which is taking place now before the new members elected on Nov. 2 can arrive in Washington, D.C. and replace the members who are retiring or who were defeated.

“We now stand with this rule with countries like Iran, North Korea and Pakistan in banning gays and lesbians from military service,” said Boxer. “Our brave young men and women fight alongside allies like Australia, the United Kingdom and others who allow gays and lesbians to serve openly. Let’s not stand with Pakistan and with North Korea and Iran.”

Uh, two things, Babsie. First of all, we don't execute homosexuals in the street under government policy, as they do in Iran and all those other places. They enjoy the right to practice their lifestyle here in the America which you so hate. Second, "DADT" was established under your party's President, Bill Clinton, and you were a freshman senator when it was instituted. Where were you then?

It's not suprising this kind of crap eminated from Barabara Boxer. After all, it was revealed how she enabled treason by helping Code Pink send $600,000 in aid to the Iraqi terrorist stronghold in Fallujah, Iraq, during a time when US Marines were fighting the terrorist insurgents in that town, with some of the heaviest casualties the Marines had seen since Vietnam.

Boxer's staff refused to make the diplomatic letter available, and the national and California media ignored this bombshell story of a sitting US Senator enabling people who were helping those who were killing Marines in Iraq.

Thanks a lot, California.

And shame on you, Joey LIEberman, for allowing her to perpetuate her slander and not demand an apology!

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