Lunatic Testifies About "Don't Ask Don't Tell"; Warns of Dangers of "Transgenders" and "HIV Positivity"

News & Politics

As a San Diegan I am all too used to the ramblings of Elaine Donnelly from the Center for Military Readiness. Following the Tailhook scandal, Donnelly was the female face the Union-Tribune editorial board turned to whose job it was to pooh-pooh it all away as an attempt by raging feminists intent upon sapping and impurifying our military's precious bodily fluids.

Today Donnelly shot herself in the face more times than Dick Cheney hunting in a house of mirrors, as she took the House Armed Services personnel subcommittee down the rabbit hole.

It wasn't pretty:

Holding the first hearing in 15 years on the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, lawmakers invited a quartet of veterans to testify on the subject and also extended an invitation to Donnelly, who has been working for years to protect our fighting forces from the malign influence of women.
Donnelly treated the panel to an extraordinary exhibition of rage. She warned of "transgenders in the military." She warned that lesbians would take pictures of people in the shower. She spoke ominously of gays spreading "HIV positivity" through the ranks.

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