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Inhofe: Soldiers Will Be Unwilling To Fight For Gay Comrades


Iguess Ishouldn't be surprised by the fact that Sen. James Inhofe appeared on "Focal Point" yesterday, the radio program hosted by the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer. After all, if there was going to be one member of Congress comfortable with someone like Fischer - who has declared that all Muslims should be banned from the military and deported from the US, homosexuality should be illegal and that all gays should be treated like criminals, praised Ryan Sobra for his anti-gay rant at CPAC, called for the stoning of a killer whale at Sea World, and stated that gays are sexually ...


Sen. Inhofe Almost Gave Some Airport Workers a Haircut ...


Senator Jim Inhofe is a proud and bold man. He's the kind of man who maintains a commercial pilot's license so he can fly himself to campaign events. He's the kind of man who will ride his own horse in an annual end-of-the-year parade in Tulsa (until the day when, to encourage more children to feel included, they change the event's name from "Christmas Parade of Lights" to "Holiday Parade of Lights," of course, in which case he'll proudly and boldly boycott it). He's the kind of man who not only voted against prohibiting "cruel, inhuman or degrading" treatment of U.S. government prisoners, but ...


Who had the worst week in Washington? Sen. Jim Inhofe


In a week filled with talk of trillions in debt — and how to get rid of it — you could be forgiven if you missed a more plane story involving Jim Inhofe. (No, that is not a typo.) Inhofe, a relatively low-profile Republican senator from Oklahoma, is an experienced pilot, plenty experienced to land a plane at a small airport in South Texas. Unless, of course, the runway where he was trying to land was closed — and clearly marked as closed with a large yellow X. That’s the situation Inhofe found himself in last October, as he was forced to “skyhop” (which ...



 
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