Bill Clinton: American Military Is Now ‘Less Racist, Less Sexist, And Less Homophobic’…

November 5, 2012 9:13 pm  

(Weekly Standard) – At a campaign rally for President Barack Obama yesterday in Virginia, former President Bill Clinton talked about bringing “this country together” and crossing “all of its diversity.” Then, Clinton added this:

“One of the things the decider-in-chief has to do is decide whether he’s going to bring this country together across all its diversity or let it drift apart. Look at how much stronger the American military is because it is less racist, less sexist and less homophobic and we’re just looking for people who can do the job,” said Clinton.

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