Tuesday, September 21, 2010

You're kidding, right?

This kind of shit makes my blood boil.

Does this freakshow (aka Lady Gaga) really think that she's qualified to comment on the policies of our military?

The fact that she stands up there, telling her dimwitted fans to call their congressmen and pressure them to vote for a repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' just irritates me to no end. What right is it of hers to attempt to influence military policy? If you're not a member of the military, past or present, STFU. Simple as that.

My own, personal opinion on the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy is beside the point. It's not my place to have an opinion on the matter. That should be left to those who are actually affected by it.



  1. I agree with you about this woman. I find it really sad that these people are applauded and worshipped by so many and yet some unknown person out there busting their ass day after day working for an important cause goes completely unrecognized and their words unheard. It's really a shame.

  2. It is a shame. And you're right - there are real heroes out there who never get so much as a 'thank you', yet these wingnut celebrities are always front-page news.
    And when they use their fame to try to influence policies they have no business commenting on in the first place, it just makes me a little nuts.