More Homophobia From Wash. Times' Robert Knight

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In a March 25 Washington Times column, Robert Knight wrote that the Obama administration "is lobbing nukes into the institution of marriage and the military" by repealing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and declining to continue defending the Defense of Marriage Act. Knight further suggested that the Obama administration is "trash[ing] marriage and the law."

From Knight's op-ed:

The left is lobbing nukes into the institution of marriage and the military. Obamacare is going forward, complete with funding for abortion and massive increases in the size of the already enormous Department of Health and Human Services. Defunding this increasingly unpopular power grab should be in every budget bill - but it's not.

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Despite no promised certification that lifting the military's ban on homosexuality will harm readiness, recruiting or retention, President Obama's Pentagon already has produced materials hatched in a theater of the absurd. As Washington Times correspondent Rowan Scarborough reports, Marine commanders will have to ponder, for example, what to do if two male Marines are seen kissing in a shopping mall.

Now there's a scenario for building respect for the military among the nation's youngsters.

Boy: "Look, mom, those Marines are, uh, making out right there in the food court! I'm not sure I want to be a Marine after all."

Liberal mom: "Well, that's a relief. I didn't want you to be in the military anyway. All those guns give me the creeps. But why do you find this odd? Are you some kind of religious bigot? Honestly, we're going to have to call your school and ask them to step up the tolerance training. You won't even wear that nice polka-dot dress and the pumps I bought you."

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Meanwhile, the Obama administration has announced its refusal to defend in court the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which a liberal Massachusetts judge found unconstitutional. House Speaker John A. Boehner has questioned the "timing" of this dereliction of duty and has said the House will move to defend the law. Fine, but is there ever a good time to trash marriage and the law?

Previously:

Wash. Times' Knight Turns To Anti-Gay Hate Group In Unhinged Response To DOMA Decision

Wash. Times' Knight Laments GOP Didn't Use "Suppressed Facts" to "Cripple The Homosexual Juggernaut"

Wash. Times' Knight warns of troops being "'trained' to appreciate sodomy"

Wash. Times op-ed: DADT repeal forces "GI Joe" to have "Gay Joe for a bunky"

Knight's latest anti-gay Wash. Times op-ed: Gay marriage "is a fantasy cooked up in hell"

Wash. Times publishes Knight's homophobic screed regarding repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell

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