FRC Press Conference: Just Call Me “Or Something”

Posted on 02 Dec 2010 at 4:44pm

The Family Research Council (FRC) held a press conference on November 30, 2010 on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT). My participation in the White House Fence protests was singled out.

At about the 33-minute mark in the press conference, the speaker (Frank Gaffney, the president of the Center For Security Policy) showed a Slide Of the White House Six, and then calls out my participation in this way:

But I just want to throw up a slide here that we talked about in the abstract as an indication of the kind of modalities that were going to be a problem for the United States Military if the repeal were undertaken.

What’s wrong with this picture?

These are, of course, five individuals — six individuals,  excuse me — who have now professed themselves to be homosexual…or something…who chained themselves to the fence of the White House in order to call attention to what they consider the great injustice of them not being allowed under the law to serve in the United States Armed Forces openly.

What’s wrong with this picture is that the individual on the far left, who goes by the name Autumn Sandeen, is a transgender individual. Now apparently transgender individuals are not to be considered as part of the group that will be admitted into the military if this repeal this repeal  takes place, at least not initially, but anyone who is following the LGBT activists knows that T stands for transgender. Transgender is part of the community whose equal rights are supposed to be established, among other things, by imposing on the United States Military this Radical Homosexual Agenda.

Think about — now we’ve just heard from these distinguished military officers and NCOs — what challenges they’ve confronted already, and what challenges would be confronted with someone whose physical characteristics are clear, but whose sexual preferences are for the same sex? What do you do with individuals whose physical characteristics are — well uncertain, to say the least — and whose sexual preferences maybe unclear as well. It’s a vehicle — a formula — for a command nightmare.

So I simply want to just offer this with no criticism of any of these individuals, or their lives as civilians or their choices. It’s up to them. This is about breaking the United States Military.

So just call me an “or something.”
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