Thursday, September 16, 2010

Lady Gaga Advises Sen. Harry Reid

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With the worst economy since the Great Depression, unemployment high, financial forecasts pessimistic, the systematic dismantling of America under the guise of "remaking or transforming" it well under way, the redistribution of wealth in epic proportion in process, what do you suppose is on the mind of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid?

He has made the repeal of the military policy, "Don't Ask--Don't Tell," the only major piece of legislation his Senate will act on before the elections.

And singer Lady Gaga is on national television calling on Reid to repeal the policy, while she is twittering talking points with his staff.

Associated Press reported yesterday that Reid announced he has scheduled a vote on the policy next week.

The reason Reid's staff made the announcement was in an attempt to explain that Harry Reid does not, repeat, does not take his cues from Lady Gaga.

Gaga, appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres TV Show this past Monday, directly appealed to Harry Reid to repeal the "Don't Ask--Don't Tell" policy.

AP says, "Reid's campaign and Gaga traded talking points on Twitter after the lawmaker announced the vote."

Kelly Steele, Reid's campaign spokesman said, "Reid does not take cues from Gaga."

I'm sure glad we got that straightened out.

But who is Reid and the President taking cues from? Their recent policy actions clearly show it is not from the will of the American people.

And they are already creating a false urgency on this bill.

Politico is reporting Reid's intention, saying the majority leader has decided to move on the legislation that sets the annual military budget and policies---thus causing don't ask-don't tell legislation to, "Become a vehicle to begin to roll back the controversial 'Don't Ask--- Don't Tell' policy implemented during the Clinton administration."

Clearly Reid is highly motivated to get this done.

Homosexual activists, who helped carry Obama to the White House on their shoulders, have continuously expressed frustration and even anger toward the President for not doing enough, fast enough for them.

Ironically, the study on how altering the policy would affect troop morale is not even completed. While they have said the study will largely determine their actions, they are moving forward without benefit of the study.

Their actions suggest either the outcome of the study really doesn't matter or the outcome is pre-determined and the"fix" is in.

And they are doing so under the guise of "funding the military".

ABC News has said this, "will likely be the one major piece of legislation that the Senate tackles before the November mid-term elections."

This bill is not necessary to fund the military. The appropriations bill does that. I hope someone in Congress will stand up and say that out loud.

Polls show Reid is desperate. He needs votes.

He, the President, and the secular left are willing to use our military as a social experiment and lie to the public regarding the urgency of their actions, all to get the homosexual vote.

Armed Services Committee Chairman, Carl Levin, D-Mich., is trying not to
use the word "repeal". He says it's too strong.

He says, "There are a number of provisions in this bill I don't like," but, "We've got to get this bill to the floor."

Lies. Deception.

I would suggest rather than getting the vote to the floor, we sweep the floor of Congress. It is cluttered, it is soiled and it is corrupted.

God help us.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.

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Gary Randall
Faith and Freedom

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