“Conservative” Republican senator explains why he voted for homosexualization of the military
Andrew Stiles writes at NRO:
… On the right, the biggest story was the surprising yea votes by two GOP senators, bringing total Republican support to eight members. Just hours after voting against cloture on the repeal bill, Sens. Richard Burr (R., N.C.) and John Ensign (R., Nev.) voted for passage, surprising many of their colleagues …There you have it: further absolute proof of my explanation of liberalism and how it is destroying everything in its path. The need to eliminate all exclusion or discrimination is the all-ruling principle of our society. That principle must be applied to every institution, regardless of the specific characteristics of the institution, and regardless of the specific characteristics of the thing that is being included in that institution. So it doesn’t matter how the homosexualization the military will affect the military. The need to practice non-discrimination transcends all such mundane concerns.
And Burr has a 91 percent conservative voting record.
All of which means, once again, that we are doomed, unless a genuine opposition to liberalism becomes operative in the American mainstream.