Written by Buck E Filbert
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Sunday, 19 December 2010

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A Gay Soldier Boasts About the Size of His Peins

The Obama administration has changed the, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, policy
placed by Bill Clinton during his stint in the oval office. The Don't Ask, Don't Tell, policy originally came from the draft board asking potential soldiers if they had homosexual tendencies. If you answered,yes, you were denied induction. Hence, don't ask don't tell.

In the future, the official slogan will now be: Don't Ask, Don't Bend Over to Pick Up the Soap. This seems to be the most fair solution to everyone concerned.

Military institutions through out modern history have had a certain disdain for gays. If you look back even further into the history of war and warriors, gays were not only accepted but many soldiers had house boys that doubled as sex partners and no one cared at all. The Romans, Spartans and Greeks didn't even really distinguish between hetro or homo sex. Sex was just sex, how you popped your top was your own business. The stigma's really didn't take their modern day paranoia until the Christians took power and deemed homosexuality to be an evil against God.

One hetro soldier we interviewed said, "hey, queers will always be fags, I don't like em and never will, that's that, period.

Other people have different opinions as to what the gays can bring to the table. "Maybe they can do something about those awful khakis, the military's color schemes are just dreadful". said one civilian.

One of the latest suggestions by a gay soldier was to bury the dead enemies bodies with their butts sticking out of the ground. That way everyone would have a place to park their bicycles.

From Sunset and Vine
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"We must make it clear that a platform of 'I hate gay men and women' is not a way to become president of the United States."

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