• Duncan Hunter Warns Against Overturning "Don't Ask If You're a Hermaphrodite, Don't Tell That You're a Hermaphrodite"

    Rep. Duncan Hunter — former Marine and failed 2008 presidential hopeful — has some very compelling reasons for not overturning DADT.

    Like, for example, the inevitable infestation of trannies and chicks with dicks

    Rep. HUNTER: I think the folks who have been in the military that have been in these very close situations with each other, there has to be a special bond there. And I think that bond is broken if you open up the military to transgenders, to hermaphrodites, to gays and lesbians.

    NPR: Transgenders and hermaphrodites.

    Rep. HUNTER: Yeah, that's going to be part of this whole thing. Its not just gays and lesbians. Its a whole gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual community. If you're going to let anybody no matter what preference – what sexual preference they have that means the military is going to probably let everybody in. Its going to be like civilian life and the I think that that would be detrimental for the military.

    First of all, let me just state that I share Rep. Hunter's fear that the U.S. military might one day be forced to degrade itself to regular world levels of tolerance and human decency.

    Secondly, I'd like to point out that the good congressperson has clearly missed his calling, and should be writing for the adult sex entertainment industry. He could seriously be a millionaire right now. (Rep. Hunter, please contact my Uncle Geno. He's waiting on your call and is ready to cut a check.)


    Tags: DADT, Duncan Hunter, LGBT

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