On conservatives’ acquiescence to the homosexualization of the military

Between December 18, 2010 and January 8, 2011 (the day of the mass murder in Tucson, which became the next consuming focus of attention), I posted a huge number of entries on the homosexualization of the military (a.k.a. “the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”) and on the conservatives’ surrender to it, which are collected here. However, until today, the collection had stopped at December 24. Now I’ve completed the list. The newly posted entries focus on the conservative surrender, a facet of the disaster which I was not fully aware of on December 18 and the truth of which only emerged gradually. As I wrote on January 7: “I have always combined my severe criticisms of the mainstream conservatives with praise for them and expressions of solidarity with them when they have taken worthwhile stands. But after this near-total collapse, and, worse, indifference, in the face of a major leftward victory, I feel I can’t believe in the conservative movement any more at all. It has no credibility. It’s an empty shell.”

Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 20, 2011 11:56 AM | Send

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