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  1. “Sex should not be an issue. Keep it to yourself, whether you’re heterosexual or homosexual.”

    So with him as president, DADT applies to EVERYONE. Does that mean that if a heterosexual says he/she is straight, that person will be kicked out of the military as well? Does that mean that no one can say if they are married (or at least say the gender of the spouse)?

    1. Even worse than that! The first thing he says is that “any type of sexual activity has no place in the military.” So under his presidency, all soldiers would be celibate. I think this would hamper recruitment just a bit, Rick.

    1. Well, in the Navy at least, you get to go out to sea with sailor boys for long stretches. I hear there are bunk beds, too. That’s pretty special.

      1. In the navy – Can’t you see we need a hand
        In the navy – Come on and join your fellow man
        In the navy – Come on people, and make a stand

    2. I was thinking the same thing. I think the “special privileges” phrase is really just a kneejerk response conservatives use to deny homosexuals equal rights. It really makes no sense in context.

  2. “Any type of sexual activity has no place in the military”
    Sooooo, in his opinion, I should not be allowed to have sex with my wife? I’m in the Air Force.

  3. This is mind-blowingly backward. Aren’t the conservatives for less government intervention? So wouldn’t nixing DADT be just the “less” that they’re looking for? It’s clearly not giving anything special to anyone, it’s taking a rule away and making the country a little freer. Now, instead of a regulation about who can say what and when, a group of people are allowed a little more freedom of speech. All of these things are usually what the right wingers say they stand for, but for some reason santorum seems to be frothing at the mouth over it. Asshole.

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