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10/21/2010

'Army not a toy,' says grown man who wants G.I. Joes subjected to his Moral Monopoly

by Jeremy Hooper

Tony Perkins has spoken:

"In the middle of two wars, it's wrong to treat the military as a political yo-yo." [SOURCE]

Hmm...active items treated like personal playthings, repeatedly smacked down by larger hands? String-pulling that's easily tangled up by even the supposedly skilled? Gifts that are routinely tossed in the closet, waiting for someone to wise up and see the worth? Or worse: Written off as broken and thrown out like garbage?

Yep, we're getting pretty damn tired of the yo-yo treatment too, Tony. Might you Family Research Council folks consider playing with your Wiis instead?

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