That little bitch referred to gays and lesbians as living a "lifestyle choice." That's right wing language and we all damn well know it. Bitch should have been fired.
But this is the Homophobic White House.
So instead we get the bitch on TV telling us how we have to wait.
F**k you, Valerie.
Get the hell out of my life.
I didn't vote you into office, no one did. So shut your damn mouth. Nobody voted for you. Your just one more whore holding people back. Shut your damn mouth, you little troll.
Politico quotes the troll stating:
Addressing activists’ anger over the ban on gays in the military, Jarrett said on CNN that until Congress repeals it, “the Justice Department is doing what it is required to do, and that is to defend the laws of the land.”
Lie! **Did they appeal an appeals-court ruling on the ban in 2009? No. Jess Bravin and Laura Meckler (Wall St. Journal) reported in real time (May 19, 2009), "The Obama administration has decided to accept an appeals-court ruling that could undermine the military's ban on service members found to be gay." This is the Margaret Witt case. The same issue and they didn't appeal that ruling. Why was that? As Josh Gersein (Politico) explained earlier this week, Barack's concern then wasn't with the law it was with Elena Kagan:
In May 2009, the Obama administration faced a decision about whether to ask the Supreme Court to take up a 9th Circuit ruling that sharply limited the Pentagon's ability to discharge gay service members. The court's opinion in the case brought by Air Force Maj. Margaret Witt was clearly at odds with a 2008 ruling from the 1st Circuit that upheld "don't ask, don't tell."
The Witt case could have produced a definitive ruling from the Supreme Court on the constitutionality of "don't ask," but the case could also have put Solicitor General Elena Kagan in the exceedingly uncomfortable position of arguing in the nation's highest court in favor of a statute that she once excoriated as "a moral injustice of the highest order."
"**" Indicates I'm quoting from C.I.'s snapshot yesterday. So for Elena Kagan's comfort level the administration didn't appeal. But for the comfort level of gay Americans? They won't budge an inch.
Valerie Jarrett is pure trash. Ava and C.I. warned everyone back in 2008. We all should have listened.
I'm sick of it and I'm sick of Valerie Jarrett and Barack Obama and the spotted pony they rode in on.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"