Kevin And Don Respond To Being Self Loathing

Looking back at their journey from the Stonewall Democratic Club to Log Cabin Republicans, they claim it was one that was actually started by the democrats. After being told that marriage as not a priority on the agenda in 1995, they became disillusioned with the DEMS. For a decade they felt like they did not belong until they met the republicans of the Log Cabin Republican Club and discovered they too shared a dream of marriage equality. This blog is now a digital time capsule of their time as Republicans and moderated by a friend and supporter.

Monday, August 15, 2011

@Ask_Don_and_Kev #LogCabinRepublicans "The ruling in LCR v. US is worth defending as long as Michele Bachmann Threatens To Bring Back DADT 

[blogger's Note - On July 6, 2011, the Ninth circuit court of Appeal issued a world wide ban prohibiting the enforcement of DOMA because it was found to be unconstitutional. For Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann to even discuss reinstating the unconstitutional ban is an indication that she suffers from an inability to comprehend the application of the laws of the United States

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Bachmann Would Bring Back Gay Military Ban
Michele PRINT BACK

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Bachmann Would Bring Back Gay Military Ban
Michele Bachmann, the winner of the Iowa Straw Poll, said she would reinstate the military's ban on openly gay troops if she were elected president next year.
By Michelle Garcia
Michele Bachmann, the winner of the Iowa Straw Poll, said she would reinstate the military's ban on openly gay troops if she were elected president next year.

"The 'don't ask, don't tell' policy has worked very well," Minnesota representative Bachmann said on CNN's State of the Union Sunday. She
added that she "probably will" reinstate the ban after consulting with military commanders if elected to the country's highest office.



President Barack Obama, Defense secretary Leon Panetta, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen certified in July that the military was equipped to lift the 17-year-old ban after months of training personnel. Congress repealed the law in December 2010, requiring a full training process and approval from the three leaders. The law will officially stop being enforced September 20.
, the winner of the Iowa Straw Poll, said she would reinstate the military's ban on openly gay troops if she were elected president next year.
By Michelle Garcia
Michele Bachmann, the winner of the Iowa Straw Poll, said she would reinstate the military's ban on openly gay troops if she were elected president next year.

"The 'don't ask, don't tell' policy has worked very well," Minnesota representative Bachmann said on CNN's State of the Union Sunday. She added that she "probably will" reinstate the ban after consulting with military commanders if elected to the country's highest office.

President Barack Obama, Defense secretary Leon Panetta, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen certified in July that the military was equipped to lift the 17-year-old ban after months of training personnel. Congress repealed the law in December 2010, requiring a full training process and approval from the three leaders. The law will officially stop being enforced September 20.