Lady Gaga and Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
September 21, 2010
What has happened to the once great Republic? I could cite so many reasons why I ask this unanswered question.
Let me focus on the immediate source of my angst. It has to do with a freak that was created by a group of smart, crafty avaricious low-lifes who understand two things.
First of all, they understand with the Internet and the 24-hour news channels, they have access to the eyes and ears of the people.
Number two, they know the American citizen is getting dumber and dumber.
The American is vacuous and unsophisticated. A creation worthy of P.T. Barnum is going to get more attention than someone who could truly put such an important subject as the morale of the United States Armed Forces in the proper perspective.
I wouldn’t even be writing about this if it weren’t for the fact that while going through the news of the day, I kept coming across references, photos, and quotes about this freak called Lady Gaga.
Is gaga a euphemism for caca? Is that what the creators of this aberration had in mind?
I was told by my Josephine, I shouldn’t get so worked up over this stuff. She is concerned for my health.
I should be concerned for my health also, but when I see such stupidity and when I see United States senators like Carl Levin of Michigan supporting this legislation to repeal, the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
I have to wonder why the news reports have to also mention that Lady Gaga, too, supports this legislation.
I am no fan of Carl Levin, but he is an important member of the United States Senate. That is the body that will vote on repealing “don’t ask, don’t tell” — a most important vote, if you believe as I do that the rule has worked well for the past 17 years and should not be repealed.
I suspect because of the political composition of the Senate it well be repealed, and then Lady Gaga will get the credit or blame as the case may be.