I'm not telling and you can't make me
Rick Santorum (R - pugnant) - kicking out the jams debate style:
"I think it's it's - it's - look, what we're doing is playing social experimentation with - with our military right now. And that's tragic."
Experimenting bad. There's a right way and a wrong way. Just ask Mrs. Santorum.
"I would - I would just say that, going forward, we would - we would reinstitute that policy (Don't Ask Don't Tell), if Rick Santorum was president, period."
And if I were Jesus the whole world would have some baked trout, a fresh baguette and a nice bottle of white wine. And if Rick Santorum was president - we would be fucked. Period.
"That policy would be re-instituted. And as far as people who are in - in- I would not throw them out, because that would be unfair to them because of the policy of this administration, but we would move forward in - in conformity with what was happening in the past, which was sex is not an issue. It is - it should not be an issue. Leave it alone, keep it - keep it to yourself, whether you're a heterosexual or a homosexual."
If sex wasn't an issue in the good old days why was there a Don't Ask Don't Tell policy? Are soldiers supposed to leave it alone or keep it to themselves? Is Rick pro or anti masturbation? He needs to clarify this policy point. And if members of the military are prohibited from self identifying as heterosexuals or homosexuals you would think that would severely limit the pool of potential bullet stoppers.