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Rep. Mike Pence: Keep Military Gays In The Closet To Halt This ‘Liberal Domestic Social Agenda’

So here is Rep. Mike Pence, the Republican from Indiana just elected to a sixth term, uploading to his own YouTube channel this news clip that’ll help The Future’s biographers ensure this man is written into history as a dumbass.

“I don’t believe we should be using the American military or the armed forces to advance a liberal social agenda or to engage in the practice of domestic politics,” says Pence, ignoring the will of America. And if the Pentagon’s survey does say troops don’t care about the gays? He’d still have a problem with “mainstream[ing] homosexuality” for it would hurt recruitment and retention. Oh enough already. Even Sens. Lisa Murkowski and John Ensign are getting on board.

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12 Comments

  • Cam

    “”I don’t believe we should be using the American military or the armed forces to advance a liberal social agenda or to engage in the practice of domestic politics,” says Pence””
    ________________________

    Really? You mean like letting blacks and women into the military was?

    As far as hurting retention, I’m curious. The 15,000 they’ve kicked out would have stayed, so the policy seemed to be hurting retention more than anything else.

  • McMike

    This guy is soooo full of shite! Where has it been written allowing gays to serve is going to disrupt unit cohesion and affect enlistment??? It’s unreal he’s lying through his teeth by saying it’s been “written” for years and years and years. The EXACT OPPOSITE is true. It’s been proven over and over and over again allowing gays to serve will NOT affect the military. Also, I am so sick of hearing these guys spout out the same list of bullshite bullet points about why they’re against repealing DADT.

    People like this make America suck ass.

  • jason

    I’m looking into whether Mike Pence has had same-sex experiences during his life. I’ll be duly informing his wife and kids of the outcome.

  • T

    Liberal social agenda? Human rights are not liberal or conservative. They are universal. We are all Human and deserve equality.

    Disagreement on details is fine but denial of my or any one else’s rights is not your place. So I say Mr. Pence, as a Indiana citizen, please stop speaking. You certainly do not represent all of us.

  • Jeff

    I’m from Indiana, Pence is an ass. Much more intelligent than Palin, but more conservative. He’s a scary man and he wants to be President someday. Very scary thought.

  • B

    5 · Jeff wrote, “I’m from Indiana, Pence is an ass. Much more intelligent than Palin, but more conservative. He’s a scary man and he wants to be President someday. Very scary thought.”

    Maybe Pence will settle for the exulted title of “Grand Wizard” – he’s as bigoted, just in a different way.

  • Brian Miller

    His bloviating isn’t worth two Pence.

  • Mack Robertson

    I’m so proud to be a liberal. It distances me completely from your incredibly stupid, bigoted ideas and comments. DADT will be overturned sooner or later. I have one and only one big prejudice, and it is against ignorant, bigoted people. You, Pence, fit that description 100%.

  • Chuck

    The only thing more scary that President Mitt Romney is hater in chief Mike Pence.

    Tell me, how DOES he get his hair so flat?

  • tjr101

    Watching videos like this makes me grateful I’m not Republican and never will be. This guy is one major shit stain.

  • Jeremy

    I hate liberal as much as conservative. But I agree with No.4: human right is not left or right, it’s universal. Just because you have the same religion with the presidents doesn’t mean you have the right to force us to live the way you want us to live. Like someone said, there are two type of homophobia: stupidity and closeted case. Don’t know which categories does this bigot fall into…

  • Michael W.

    The GOProuders are having a tough time drawing false parallels between Democrats and Republicans these days.

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