Dick in Cedar, as everyone with an interest in their country should know, Rep.
Matheson is a member of the U.S. House and his seat is up every 2 years,
including this year.
Matheson won't get my vote in his next election campaign.
when is matheson's seat up so he can be replaced?the comments
started of with $500m to enforce the law, then it was billions. keep up with the
hyperbole.as a 1st cav vietnam vet, i am glad i didn't have to worry
about having homosexuals in my platoon. we had more vital concerns. it is too bad the homosexuals have no appreciation for the "gut feeling of
revulsion" (a term newsweek used in one of their articles on homosexuals) most
people have when the subject is brought up. no matter how often it is slipped
into the various media available today. that natural feeling remains.
'The U.S. has spent over $500 million enforcing the morally bankrupt and flawed
Don't Ask Don't Tell policy.' - 11:33 a.m. Yeswedid08, I can give
you a better number. $1.3 Billion dollars has been spent on the investigations
over 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.' My source was Congressman Patrick Murphy, an Iraqi
Veteran. We are now spending, literally billions of tax payer
dollars because we care more about who a person sleeps with...
instead of what they can do.
The U.S. has spent over $500 million enforcing the morally bankrupt and flawed
Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. According to a CNN poll 78% of Americans want this
repealed and repeal is supported by top millitary officials like Adm. Mike
Mullen and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates.LGBT fight and die for
our nation. It is a crime against America's conscience to discriminate against
our LGBT soldiers. We've lost 13,000 capable soldiers already to this criminal
“We have always had Gay military leaders and heros since the American
Revolution,” Denny Meyer writes on the Gay Military Signal website. One the greatest military minds and the king that conquered most of the
known world at the time was a bisexual. His name was Alexander the Great.Our own revolution against the British would not have been successful
had not Lieutenant General Frederkick Von Steuben and his lover trained our
troops at Valley Forge. Alexander Hamilton and his lover were
appointed by General Washington as the “rebels,” liaison to the
great Von Steuben.And is it possible General George Patton was also
a bisexual? Just looking at his dress would suggest he was. Know he knew how to
'Utah's lone Democratic congressman, Rep. Jim Matheson, voted for the repeal of
the 17-year-old section of law.' - Line from article. I know where
my vote goes. It goes to the man who supported every American
citizen being able to defend his/her country and put their lives on the line for
it. 14,000 discharged to date. We can afford no more.
I served in the military many years ago, and there were known gay members of my
unit, but that didn't cause any problem. Finally the law is catching up with
@Steve Harper You really think it is expedient to vote in favor of
repealing don’t ask don’t tell if you are a Utah politician? What
state do you think you live in? This is practically political suicide in a
fascist state like Utah, I applaud his willingness to stand on principal instead
Another Matheson vote that reveals expedience over principles, his own
re-election trumping any authentic concern for constituents. Ten years of
cherry-picking votes, choosing to support those policies that allow him to stay
in office until he can run against Hatch & become a senator-for-life. Cling to
the status quo, Utah -style, and vote for Jim!