From lamestream Time magazine's Swampland (I'll say that again, swamp!) blog:
Pew has a new poll out today showing that the nation has shifted on Don't Ask Don't Tell, since the 1990s. Only 27 percent of Americans oppose gays and lesbians serving openly in the military, down from 45 percent in 1994. Fifty-eight percent of Americans support ending DADT. Even among Republicans, there is a narrow split: 44 percent oppose gays serving, while 40 percent favor.
Dismaying. That's the Agenda for you: fight for acceptance over years and years and eventually, after bitter struggle and generational change, gain said acceptance. Damn their insidious agenda! They're ramming it down our throats, over and over and over again until our jaws are sore.
Otherwise decent Americans are also becoming sissified when it comes to marriage and family:
A minority of Americans in 2010 (43 percent) think it is bad for society to have more gay couples raising children, while a majority think it is either a good thing (12 percent) or it makes no difference (41 percent) to have gay couples in parenting roles.
Where am I going and why am I in this handbasket, amirite?
I don't know why so many otherwise good Americans are being so easily swayed by this special-interest minority, but it's a good thing we can fire judges in Iowa whose decisions we don't like, otherwise this country would no longer be at the mercy of the will of the people. The will of the non-gay and non-gay-supporting people, that is. The real people.
Don't retreat, reload all over their faces!