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39 comments to “Celebrities Respond To The Repeal Of DADT!”



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    One good thing about this is… is if the draft ever comes back, sexual orientation will no longer be an excuse to opt out. I remember when I served during the Vietnam, a lot of straight men used to claim to be gay so they can be discharged or not allowed to serve.



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    Who cares what celebrities think? (oh wait, obviously you do). As if Katy Perry and Lady Gaga understand the complexity of the issues..Do you really think any of these celebrities would be willing to die for their country? They have no authority when it comes to matters such as these.



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    Pereuza, we owe a lot of that to you. you know that, right? you're one huge symbol in the media forcing people, celebrities, everyone, to open their eyes and participate in the fight for justice! Well done! Proud, proud, proud of you!!!!! to think i wanted to strangle you in the past cause you were so nasty! lmao!



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    I think people are confused about DADT. At the time, it was considered a step forward because, before, the military would investigate whether someone was gay. DADT made it so they wouldn't investigate and wouldn't ask as long as the person didn't say anything. Whether this was the practice is another question. So, the discrimination goes back much further than 17 years.



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    This is a huge step in the absolute wrong direction!!
    Its proven a long time ago that homosexuality is a mental sickness for the weak and unsecure in the society.
    Homos are a bunch of crybabies who does nothing good for the world!!
    A new religion has been created here at perez…..
    The name of our beloved religion is: Burn In Hell, Ghastly Homo!!
    Homos will be put in cages and shit in the face by us, the good people, 3 times every day. To take a shit on a homos face is our prayer.
    Come, join this wonderful religion!!



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    I was on the fence ebout this, but I'm satisfied with the decision. If these men and women are brave enough to sacrifice their lives for us, they shouldn't have to be in the closet. I find it hard to imagine that other professional, straight soliders, who are so brave and are willing to kill or be killed for this country, would somehow crumble or be unable to fight because someone fighting next to them is gay.



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    What does sex and/or sexuality have to do with the military, anyway? They're there to fight for our country, not to fuck each other.



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    Sorry, but you can not pass a law and change ones consciousness. If there is bigotry, hate and ignorance, a law will not change that and I am sure open Gays will be subject to uncomfortable,hostile situtations still.
    I also think allll this media converage of this subject keeps people diverted from the FAR more important,desperate issues going on. Our country is going down the tubes, nuclear wars loom once again, we are losing homes, jobs, good schools, and mexican illegals have ruined many an area. Wake up people,,far more important matters are at hand.



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    Re: Trollmaster – Please don't write posts like this anymore… you're giving conservatives like myself a very bad name, especially on a site with so many liberal young people (although I would personally say that you are quite the opposite of both conservative and liberal). But to everybody else who read this person's post: do not consider this person conservative/republican in ANY way. Although we may have strong moral values, NONE of us would ever go so far as to even think of such a nasty thing like that.



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    don't ask don't tell repealed. DREAM act defeated. how about equality for all human beings?



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    Re: Trollmaster – Seems kinda gay you wanting to put people ina cage and shit on them troll, way to kink to be normal /



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    WTF is GAGA trying to take credit for? "we did it"? She didn't raise her voice until AFTER Obama promissed to get rid of it, and he did. So high praise for the pres and the dems for getting it done and following through on a promise. GAGA makes things worse actually.



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    Re: Trollmaster – seriously your a SICK person.



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    Re: Trollmaster – Tell that to Alexandre the great and come out of the darkages because it has been proven since the 1960's homosexuality is not a mentil illness. Read the Kansey report and learn something because rather you like it or not gays have been around seens the beginning of time in the mammal family such as whales, sea lions apes and so on. I know you holier than thuo bible thumpers brains don't go any farther than what the bible tells you to but wake the fuck up and read a fucking history book for once. Your ignorance is week not the gay community



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    As a person of the Military community, i have absolutely nothing against the gay community. i have a few friends whom i love dearly who are gay or bisexual. but DADT repeal is just not a good idea. it's not just about who can serve openly but the politics from it are not going to pan out as great as everyone thinks they are… sorry but it's a BAD idea.



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    I think it's your business what your sexuality is. Why does the military have to know. If you ask me don't ask don't tell was a good thing for straight and gay people. No need to be worried about sexuality while you're fighting for your country. It's your sexuality, not who you ARE as a person. So people get a grip and stop.

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    Re: Trollmaster – You know that's bullshit. There are some highly ranked and fully competent patriotic officers who had to resign because of this, and now they're signing back up. Who cares what others do in the privacy of their own bedrooms. This occurs in nature as well. Variety shouldn't frighten you. Tolerance and acceptance closes divides. I have no stick in this fire, btw.



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    Re: PlayingTheAngelRe: Ozz465Re: kylielover02Re: @v@
    Do any of you know what "Troll Master" means.

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    When katy perry and the other retard lady ga ga join the military THEN I will listen to their opinion on gays in the military!!!



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    I love how trollmaster hates gays SO MUCH that he makes an account on a GAY BLOGGER'S website and posts to it religiously. Hey trollmaster, have they found the gene yet that made you a raging homobigot??



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    As usual
    it's
    the
    FEMALE
    CELEBRITIES
    who
    go
    out
    on
    a
    limb
    &
    give
    comment.

    Ever
    notice
    that
    the
    majority
    of
    MALE
    CELEBS
    say
    nothing
    when
    it
    comes
    to
    gays ?

    APPARENT THAT THEY FEAR ASSOCIATION;
    Wouldn't it be funny to see that TOM TOM CRUISE supports gays ?



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    Re: Black Aggie – Josh Duhmal, President Obama, Adam Levine, Jason Derulo and more, actually.



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    Funny that Katy Perry barely adds to something someone better has written - just like every song she's ever released.



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    people that reply to Re: Trollmaster – are obviously idiots, cos the screen-name is enough to make you know its someone just looking for attention and someone who wants the biggest reaction. Tis very sad, but hey - the internet gives them at least some validation in life to stop them killing themselves.



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    Re: PlayingTheAngel
    See this is where people that have never served sound so retarded about the issue. i was in the USAF and I served with a gay guy. We lived in dorms of about 60 single rooms with 1 shower room on each floor. 6 showers in a bay totally open. Now, my friend is gay. He might as well be a woman since he likes guys. Do I get to shower with the women now? Special accomodations will now have to be made and the next suit is because of the segragation this will cause. There is no way around it. Why should a straight man or woman be force to live in a coed manner when this has always been a no no in the military. Since he lived on the first floor and I was on the second, so the issue never came up between us, but this guy was totally open about who he was. Lots are harder to spot.



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    DADT gone? Fine. I am all for DAWC, "Don't Ask Who Cares". If someone wants to serve their country sexuality should not be an issue. Just move along people, nothing to see here. but sadly, it became something to see, discuss, gawk at… and now I fear that radical Gay Lib will hit the Armed Forces and we'll start seeing an upswing in dead gay people. Well done, assholes!



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    Re: sweet-d – Right! Every other Western country's military has allowed gays to serve openly for years now, some even decades. I guess the USA's military is so weak that having some gays around will bring it to its knees. But maybe that's where bigots like you want to be–on your knees.



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    Free at last!



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    once again this country has biger problems than fucking gay rights act



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    and Trollmaster, congratz on having successfully trolled!



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    Sorry, i don't think this was smart
    They don't put men and women together, because they're worried they'd catch sexually or emotional feelings, so by letting this happen, your just going against what you'd started off doing all along, by putting gay men together with other men, it might harvest feelings which make it uncomfortable to other men, same goes for women, instead of the government being selfish, they should take it to the people who are serving currently and ask them how they feel since they are the ones involved in this



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    oh and some of you guys are absolutely right, not to be harsh but gay people are a bunch of cry babies, this world has way bigger problems than who you want to fuck



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    Hey Trollmaster, you obviously never served, otherwise you would not be making such stupid comments. Stick to Tollmastering and fox comments and your momma's basement, It is, after all, what you know best. As a former military member in the late eighties and early nineties, I can tell you that it will not make any difference. In the most "manly" parts of the military, in which I served, of course, there will be some rumbling. The fact of the matter is, homophobes like trollmaster (blech, calling that thing the master of anything makes my brain bleed) and his ilk do not realize that there will be no massive "hey gurl, what's up?" coming out of gay soldiers. They will continue to serve, and not (as I think) wave the rainbow flag. They just simply want to serve and not want CID (criminal investigation units) on their backs every time they go to a gay bar or spend time with a significant other (off duty, of course). This will lead to more cohesion in the military. Troll whatever the hell it is needs to realize this.



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    Re: SarahSweetHeart – #31,
    They did ask the military and many said they would not re-enlist, they would retire or resign commissions. The Commandant of the Marine Corps said it would affect ground forces greatly. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said live with it or get out, lots are taking him up on his offer.



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    Re: cyatic910 – That's a bullshit statement! Only like 171,000 actually responded to the survey. There are over 200,000 in the Marine Corps alone. Most of them didn't want to do the survey because it was SUPPOSED to be annonymous, but they had to do the survey from their work computers with their id cards in. How else do you think they got some of the statistics of the study that they did? It will only be a matter of time before someone gets the shit kicked out of them. They will want equal rights for their partners, too. How's that going to work? Those of you all for this have probably NEVER served. I am a vet and I was in when DADT was enacted. You know what happened? A lot of straight and gay people used it to get out! So, now what? How are they ever going to use that excuse to get out of the military? Fucking pathetic. There is so much more to this law than people want to see!



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    Re: frizbe – here here!



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    I once lived in a military town. There was never a shortage of military guys at the gay bars, and if they didn't want to be seen there, then they'd drive an hour to the nearest big city where they wouldn't have problems with undercover military personnel trying to bust GIs in gay bars. The truth of the matter is, there is a lot more gay men and women in the service than people think. These men and women are proud to serve their country, and many have been on the front lines doing so. They shouldn't have to live in fear of being outed when they're doing something they enjoy (serving their country) that some of their straight comrades hate doing.



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    Re: SarahSweetHeart
    When you're sleeping in a tent in the desert with no A/C where highs are in the triple digits, crapping in a hole, going days without showers, worrying about the constant threat of attacks, being miles from your loved wondering when or if you're going to see them again, the last thing you're going to worry about is "harvested feelings" toward your fellow troops.



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    about time i am fully gladfor american troops now as it has always been like this in many european countries nice of you to join us :) ))!