Tuesday, May 11, 2010


As Dean of Harvard's law school Elena Kagen banned the U.S. armed forces from recruiting on campus because, by her reasoning, the military discriminates against gays with the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. Her action potentially limited Harvard students' career opportunities.

Now when Kagen is nominated to the Supreme Court, the Obama regime and his Ministry of Propaganda forbid even the slightest inference to Kagen's sexual orientation.

And you had better not ask. Because she'd not going to tell.

Couldn't Kagen at least try to be consistent on this. Since she limited Harvard students' career opportunities because of DADT, shouldn't she take a stand about being appointed to the Supreme Court until this de facto DADT policy is abolished?

Oh the irony. Or is it hypocrisy?

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