February’s ‘Whistleblower’ is a Convenient Guide to Lies, Gay-Bashing, and Distortions Surrounding ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal

Whistleblower

WorldNetDaily founder Joseph Farah has published the February issue of his side project Whistleblower, which contains all the lies and distortions about 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal in one tidy edition. Straight from the wingnut's mouths.

And it has the proud endorsement of several bigoted veterans.

Check it out online here.

Farah

Comments

  1. TampaZeke says

    Make that “a” British colony. I started out with “an English colony” but realized that that would be technically incorrect.

  2. TampaZeke says

    And, I might add, if it weren’t for another gay Englishman, Alan Turing, we, and half the world, would be speaking Deutsch today.

  3. Johninsf says

    Let’s not forget Marquis de Lafeyette. And what of the well documented affection between George Washington and Alexander Hamilton?

  4. Steve says

    At this point, disobeying the implementation of the repeal of DADT would be considered insubordination in the military – not a nice thing for you. You risk disciplinary action or dishonorable discharge for defying the military brass.

  5. Bart says

    Who is going to even pick up this ridiculous rag? Maybe the AFA will have it on a coffee table in their lobby. Maybe Maggie Gallagher will order a subscription but who else? Nobody. Those who believe this crap already believe this crap. Hell, even the ads in the magazine were crappy and aimed at old people more ready for the grave than to enlist.

  6. Rob says

    Pardon me if I choose NOT to read the online version (or any version) of this WingNutDaily homophobic crap. I prefer NOT to vomit on Valentine’s Day unless, of course, it’s from eating too many candy hearts or too much chocolate.

  7. Seattle Mike says

    Who cares what Washington thought about gay troops in the military? We don’t care what he thought about racial minorities in the military, do we?