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One wonders how we’re going to win this war if the leadership is this spineless.

As most of you know, probably my biggest pet peeve is someone who speaks truth to leftist douchebags one day…then turns around and offers up his balls while groveling for forgiveness the next.

Which is what we have here.&#160 And by a Marine general, no less.

The Pentagon’s top general expressed regret Tuesday that he called homosexuality immoral, a remark that drew a harsh condemnation from members of Congress and gay advocacy groups.

Translation:&#160 It was spot-on.

In a newspaper interview Monday, Marine Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, had likened homosexual acts to adultery and said the military should not condone it by allowing gays to serve openly in the armed forces.

Right.&#160 Nor should&#160 the military condone the sodomites.&#160 If you ask me, they should be drummed out of the service at the earliest opportunity, courtesy of a dishonorable discharge.

In the first place, the military doesn’t exist to provide social experimentation for every little whiny-assed special interest group that comes along and bleats that we owe them something.&#160 Nor is it a dating service for Half-Assed Hot-Flashing Heterophobes&#153.&#160 The purpose of the military is to kill people & break things.&#160 Nothing else.

In a statement Tuesday, he said he should have focused more in the interview on the Defense Department policy about gays — and “less on my personal moral views.”

Bullshit, General.&#160 Your “personal moral views” are what make you uniquely you.&#160 They define your strength of character – which is why Waffleya tapped you to become Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.

And now, by showing a distinct lack of backbone, you’ve managed to cause Bush to alienate his base just a little bit more.&#160 Not to mention tarnish the image of the Marines.


He did not offer an apology, something that had been demanded by gay rights groups.

‘Scuse me?&#160 “Did not offer an apology”?&#160 What the Hell&#153 do you call “express[ing] regret”, then?

“General Pace’s comments are outrageous, insensitive and disrespectful to the 65,000 lesbian and gay troops now serving in our armed forces,” the advocacy group Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Thervithememberth Weegal Defenthe Network said lisped in a statement on its Web site.

Oh, boo hoo fucking hoo.&#160 Go cry in your strawberry Daquiri, why don’t you?&#160 It’s not like you bastards have never called us “breeders” before, now is it?

The group, which has represented some of the thousands dismissed from the military for their sexual orientation, demanded an apology.

The First Amazon Squadron and the 69th Bed-Wetting Pansy Brigade&#153 can go pound sand up their ass, AFAIC.&#160 Then again, they’d probably like that…

Pace’s senior staff members said earlier that the general was expressing his personal opinion and did not intend to apologize. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not allowed to speak on the record.

“Oooooh, we better not say anything else, or they’ll blow us kisses!!!”

Rep. Martin Meehan, who has introduced legislation to repeal the current policy, criticized Pace’s comments.

“General Pace’s statements aren’t in line with either the majority of the public or the military,” said the Massachusetts Democrat.

Oh&#160 And he figured that out…how again?&#160 Did he stick his finger in the air after sticking it up some page’s ass?

“He needs to recognize that support for overturning (the policy) is strong and growing”

Do tell, Marty baby?&#160 And what is your source for that claim?&#160 Could it be the same source that claims you faggots are 10% of the population?

and that the military is “turning away good troops to enforce a costly policy of discrimination.”

Gee, and here I thought it was because we were meeting all our recruitment quotas.

But don’t you want&#160 the military to be thin in its ranks, Meehan, you fucking simp?&#160 You and your honeyboys in the Donktard party certainly don’t seem too hell-bent on making sure our troops get home from Iraq & Afghanistan, seeing as how you want to “slow bleed” their support.

Louis Vizcaino, spokesman for the gay rights group Human Rights Campaign, said Pace’s comments were “insulting and offensive to the men and women…who are serving in the military honorably.”

No, actually it’s insulting to light-in-the-loafers pissant like you who want to shout down anyone who dares to suggest that you people aren’t normal.

Not that the insult’s a bad thing.

“Right now there are men and women that are in the battle lines, that are in the trenches, they’re serving their country,” Vizcaino said. “Their sexual orientation has nothing to do with their capability to serve in the U.S. military.”

Except when suffering a hot flash while stuck in a foxhole with a fellow soldier.

But let’s take Velvet Vizcaino’s word for it.&#160 Why limit induction to just heterophobes?&#160 Let’s invite the pedoph…no, wait – that’s redundant.&#160 Let’s invite the trannies, the beastiality types, the necrophilia boys, the incestuous, the she-males, the hermaphrodites, whatever floats yer boat.&#160 Let’m all&#160 serve.&#160 Let’s turn the world’s mightiest military into one great big honkin’ commune, an orgy chock full o’ alternative lifestyles.

That’ll&#160 show our enemies!!!

“Don’t ask, don’t tell” was passed by Congress in 1993 after a firestorm of debate in which advocates argued that allowing homosexuals to serve openly would hurt troop morale and recruitment and undermine the cohesion of combat units.

John Shalikashvili, the retired Army general who was Joint Chiefs chairman when the policy was adopted, said in January that he has changed his mind on the issue since meeting with gay servicemen.

“These conversations showed me just how much the military has changed, and that gays and lesbians can be accepted by their peers,” Shalikashvili wrote in a newspaper opinion piece.

Which is one reason why the limp-wrist lover never should’ve become CJC in the first place.&#160 That position demands someone with a bit of backbone, who says what he means, means what he says and can take the heat from the whiny-asses without melting.

Unlike, sadly, General Pace.

1 Comment to “General Pace:&#160 Bending over and…”

  1. TJ — March 20, 2007 @ 3:25 pm

    Yeah, no shit.

    I wish he would have responded thusly:
    PAce’s Blunder


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