Malkin Award Nominee

"When your life hangs on a line, on the intuitive behavior of the young man ... who sits to your right and your left, you don't want anything distracting you. I don't want to lose any Marines to distraction. I don't want to have any Marines that I'm visiting at Bethesda (hospital) with no legs," - Marine General James Amos, in opposition to repealing DADT.

Says Allahpundit, "Marines cope daily with the “distraction” of seeing their best friends shot to pieces, and yet … this is going to bother them to the point of absent-minded recklessness?"

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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