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12/04/2012

'I will never move on to another debate!' vows military discrimination's loudest voice

by Jeremy Hooper

Elaine Donnelly, who has spent the better part of two decades now focused on the issue of keeping LGBT soldiers from fighting and possibly dying for their country, is now condemning (surprise, surprise) the recent same-sex weddings at West Point. Elaine's tactics involve stirring up dissension among West Point alums:

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"I think West Point is going to … disappoint many of its alumnus community," the military readiness watchdog submits. "And I think that some people may start to question, What is the purpose of the military service academies?" [ONN]

Seriously?! The presence of lesbian love is going to cause previously satisfied graduates to question the very nature of military service academies? That's what you're going with, Elaine? Yikes.

No word on what else Ms. Donnelly might do to lead West Point witnesses into disliking their alma mater. Although we should probably keep an eye out at this weekend's Army—Navy game for a brunette in the stands warning anyone who will listen about the subpar cafeteria food, severely lacking extracurricular offerings, and crushing weight of sodomy that one's likely to find on the NY campus.

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