President (we use the term loosely here) Barack Obama has announced his nomination of openly gay Pentagon official Eric Fanning to be the Army’s new secretary. Isn’t that special? It’s just so important that we fixate on such trivialities such as a person’s sexual proclivities, and even more important to enumerate and recognize each and every deviant who’s making breakthroughs (no pun intended) in civil service.
If confirmed by the Senate, Fanning will be the nation’s first openly gay leader of a military service. Well, hoorah bitches!
Hey – you don’t think this is one of Obama’s symbolic gestures to demonstrate his derision for the military and how dedicated he is to transforming it into crap like everything else he touches, do you?
We didn’t think so….
The news of Fanning’s appointment spread like wildfire on social media, with the aid of White House minions and other enablers of societal corruption.
It’s not easy to tell if Obama’s zeal in promoting Fanning and deviance at large reflects a certain simpatico given his own sexual proclivities, or if it is part of the Marxist aspect of his agenda – the objective to foster dysfunction, fixation on base-natured pursuits, and the disenfranchising of those who hold traditional values.
In the meantime, even some less radical elements of the press got sucked into drawing a moral equivalency between Fanning’s appointment and recent precedents in women taking on heretofore unconventional or unattainable roles in the military – as though there’s some sort of analogue between being born a certain gender and a man’s decision to roll around in bed with another man.
So, in the spirit averting the aforementioned descent into utter despair, we decided to treat our readers to a classic Monty Python clip. We figure it’s along the lines of where Obama ultimately plans to take the American military.Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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