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09/19/2011

Inclusive service more difficult than war, says org. more negligent than most

by Jeremy Hooper

There have been wars rife with life-loss. Harrowing rescue missions that required nerves of steel and hearts of valor. Training sessions so difficult they force the individual soldier to question the very limits of the human condition.

But of course to the the homo-obsessed Family Research Council, all of the pales in comparison to the military's "most difficult mission yet":

"In a matter of days, the U.S. military will be embarking on its most difficult mission yet: celebrating homosexuality in its ranks."
[SOURCE: FRC]

Got anything to say about that, parents of countless fallen soldiers?

Or perhaps you, GOP presidential candidates who will soon court and tacitly approve this organization by appearing at their annual Value Voters Summit?

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