Veterans Day 2010. As YOU express your gratitude, you must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. It is easy to take liberty for granted, when you have never had it taken from you.
They gave me a medal for killing two men – and a discharge for loving one.
This below video is dedicated to my fellow gay and lesbian veterans who so gallantry served their country in the time of need. Many gay and lesbian service men and woman, including myself were discharged from the military for no other reason than being gay.
Thanks a lot to all the gay Americans who voted RepubliKKKlan this month. Now see what you did?
@Richard – Thank you for your service to our country. And I’m so sorry this happened to you. :-(
and yet the US military STILL work with its allies, the vast majority of whom allow openly gay/lesbian personnel to serve.
Do they keep US personnel in clingfilm to keep them safe from contamination?