Before the end of the year The Glorious Leader will sign into law the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell." Gays will be able to serve openly in the U.S. military without fear of being forcibly discharged.
Spokespersons for the Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered/Fuckemall organizations have argued for years that gays have served in the military with disctinction and honor since Valley Forge. Maybe. However, it can not be debated that being gay now is just a bit different than it was in 1776.
Still, in light of their claims and in the spirit of tolerance, diversity and yet more tolerance ( because you can't be too tolerant ), perhaps we should revisit American military history and view it in a new light.
Cliches and sterotypes? Maybe. Just remember, stereotypes come into being for a reason.
I don't really care who you love or who you screw. But when you're guarding the perimeter you better be pulling your trigger and not your buddie's pud.
I'm just saying.