A critic of Barack Obama’s campaign to use the U.S. military to pay off a campaign promise to promote homosexuality in the ranks says today’s “certification” of the repeal of the longstanding “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” practice means the president now has created a “San Francisco Military.”

“It is not surprising that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Joint Chiefs Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen, and President Barack Obama would pull the trigger on the military on a Friday afternoon, making it less likely that anyone will report on the many ‘thorny issues’ and serious social problems expected to ensue,” said Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness.

“Nevertheless, on the day that President Obama signs a paper ‘certifying’ that no harm will come to the military when repeal is implemented, he will own the San Francisco Military that he has created,” she said.

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