Poll: Gay soldiers probably wouldn't want to be a WND reader's bunkmate
The results of a WorldNetDaily poll (charmingly titled "Dress Parade") as of 8:30AM:
You know, those of us in the "It's long overdue" group may be small, but we're really quite nice. The kinds of people who realize that gays are not corrupt, subversive, radicals out to perform dangerous social experiments, but rather human beings who are fed up with America's own social experiment: "How Long Will Society Accept Revolting Bias Without Revolting?"
If any of you other radical activists with that revolutionary agenda known as "freedom and justice for all" would like to help shift the tide of this conserva-poll, then click the link below:
Dress Parade [WND Poll]
Past WND Polls:
Our planned store, 'Pride flags for WorldNet readers,' not the best of ideas [G-A-Y]
Or maybe they just REALLY liked Star and Meredith [G-A-Y]
Acceptance in 'skews' [G-A-Y]
We never want to be in a police lineup when a 'WorldNet' reader is on the other side [G-A-Y]
Who would have ever thought that there would be gays in the military? I mean they only shower in communal showers...
So I guess WND will support the troops as long as that excludes heroes such as Staff Sgt. Eric Alva of San Antonio, who lost his leg in Iraq. I guess their support is only worth so much and only goes so far.
Posted by: Andrew | Mar 2, 2007 9:58:57 AM
Clever how they split up the gay-supportive responses to make them seem less popular. It's like asking "Do you like chocolate milk?" with the options of "yes," "no," "absolutely not," "I hate it," "it is an abomination," and "chocolate milk is a Zionist conspiracy" or something.
Posted by: jaj | Mar 2, 2007 5:13:55 PMcomments powered by Disqus