Latest Comments

  • zach37082

    D - I have always said that when YOU earn another rank of adulthood when YOU have to make the choice to put a pet down. In younger days, it...

SMS Text Message

Phone number


*Standard text messaging rates may apply from your carrier*

Login or Register




At It Again!

22 Sep 2010

As those of you who have listened to my radio show in Phoenix or read my book Another Man’s Sombrero or ILLEGALS, Senator John McCain and I don’t always see eye-to-eye.  In fact, we were almost that close when he went nuts as I confronted him on his flip-flop on illegal immigration when we were at a Town Hall meeting during the New Hampshire primaries in ’08 and then ran for the door.

Well the fine Arizona senator was at it again when he was asked about his position on the military’s “Don’t Ask-Don’t Tell” policy.  And as reporters pushed, my former upstairs neighbor pushed back.  (We lived in the same condo building when I moved to AZ.)

Before I give you the link for the story and accompanying videos I want you to know that I have my own very strict opinion of the gay lifestyle.  In a few words–I don’t support it.  With this said, the gay lobbyists and gay super groups have been hard at work for the past quarter of a century to take the stigma out of being gay and regardless of any moral implications, this lifestyle is one that has become quite mainstream.  During this time I’ve spoken to hundreds of military men and women about fighting along side a homosexual or lesbian and to a person I’ve been advised that if that person can cover their back and save their lives–they are welcomed in the foxhole.

That, I believe, has become my position.  Yes, we still hear stories of “gay-bashing” and other assorted incidents but they have become the oddity rather than the norm so if you’re gay and want to serve in our military with self-control, honor and a willingness to lay down your life for country and fellow man (and/or woman) why fight it?  They should receive no special rights, new laws, different or extraordinary insurance or benefits programs, privileges, opportunities or housing.  They are just humans called to action–and in this case I don’t care what they want to do with their genitals!  Here’s the story and videos of Senator McCain.

Did you enjoy it? Promote this post!
Subscribe to these comments


September 28, 2010 8:22 am Reply

I haven’t been too enamored of him since the mid-80′s (several ‘distemper’ incidents too up close and personal for me began to expose the clay feet), and I was very disappointed to see Arizona re-elect him. But hey, I have been in Texas for 3 years now and we have plenty of our own problems.

You must be logged in to post a comment.