The hot, throbbing same-sex military fantasies of Elaine Donnelly


This should be on the calling card of the perpetually professionally frustrated Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness. This is a woman who has for years specialized in educating the American public about her pathological fantasies that are sure to occur when "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is finally repealed.

The incredibly lacquered coiffured doyenne of discrimination is her own cottage industry -- Elaine serves as an expert in military readiness without any military experience or expertise on sexuality -- by creating sexualized imagery for anyone who cares to pay attention to her that repealing DADT will turn barracks into orgy palaces.

If she didn't exist, someone would need to invent Donnelly. I imagine her at the keyboard, moist, nearly at hot-flash fever pitch, typing...

"We're talking about real consequences for real people," Donnelly proclaimed. Her written statement added warnings about "inappropriate passive/aggressive actions common in the homosexual community," the prospects of "forcible sodomy" and "exotic forms of sexual expression...Like a woman who is stared at, her breasts are stared at," Donnelly explained. She further explained the "absolutely devastating" effect of homosexuals "introducing erotic factors" and made a comparison to Sen. Larry Craig's adventure at the Minneapolis airport. She said admitting gays to the military would be "forced cohabitation" and a policy of "relax and enjoy it."

Whew. Did anyone need a cigarette after that? Let's not use that word moist in reference to Donnelly again.

Elaine claims that "homosexual activists are pushing hard to impose their agenda on our military, regardless of the impact on morale and discipline," and that DADT repeal will result in complaints about inappropriate, passive or aggressive actions conveying a homosexual message or approach. She was so intrepid that she developed a "flow chart" of the disaster that awaits.

Elaine CARES, she really does. It's not about the sex, it's the proximity to potential same sex encounters. She's concerned over gay men sharing a "cramped submarine" with other soldiers.