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NOM's co-founder: Anti-gay soldiers suffer under new form of Don't Ask Don't Tell

by Jeremy Hooper

For years, brave men and women who wanted to fight and possibly even die for their country were kicked out of the armed forces simply because of who they are. In order to remain in the military, these men and women hid every detail of their lives so as to not be "found out." Whereas it is said that a dying soldier is most likely to cry out his or her love for a spouse, for LGB soldiers prior to 2011 (and T soldiers now), mere acknowledgment of basic facts about family and life could lead to a discharge.

But now listen to what Professor Robert George, co-founder of the National Org. For Marriage, believes to be the current comparison:

Drew Mariani Show, 7/11/13 [Relevant Radio]

Ah, the right condemn your fellow solider. The "pro-family" priority list is getting more noble by the day!

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