WND's Unruh goes Gaga over DADT

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WorldNetDaily's Bob Unruh reacts to the House's passage of legislation repealing the military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy with the class and reason typical of his publication:

During World War II it was Iwo Jima, Guadalcanal, El Alamein and Okinawa. Then came Korea's Pusan, Inchon and Chosin. In Vietnam it was the Tet Offensive and Battle of Saigon. Thousands of battles followed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Now members of Congress have the choice of following the expert military advice offered by the U.S. veterans who gave their life's blood, sweat and tears on those far-flung battlefields -- or Lady Gaga.

Unruh goes on to contrast the American Legion's opposition to repeal with support of repeal from "a pop star."

Of course, Lady Gaga is not alone in offering "expert military advice" in calling for Congress to end the DADT policy; Defense Secretary Robert Gates supports repeal, as does Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; former chairmen Colin Powell and John Shalikashvili; more than 100 other retired generals and admirals; former National Security Advisor Gen. Jim Jones; and former Defense Secretary and Vice President Dick Cheney.

In other news, WND's list of "high-profile personalities and leaders who have raised questions about Barack Obama's eligibility to occupy the Oval Office" includes noted presidential eligibility expert and Baltimore Orioles designated hitter Luke Scott.

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