Skip to comments.‘Don’t ask, don't tell’ activist dies in NY wreck
Posted on 08/30/2013 5:01:22 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Darren Manzella, a gay combat medic discharged from the Army after criticizing the militarys dont ask, dont tell policy in a 2007 television interview, has died in a traffic accident in western New York. He was 36.
His aunt, Robin Mahoney, on Friday confirmed his death. Manzella lived in the Chautauqua County town of Portland; he and his partner were married in July.
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It must be damned hard to properly control a vehicle when you’re driving with limp wrists
Prayers for a misguided soul.
I might say something not nice, so I’ll say something else.
So, there’s an I-490 in Ohio, too, and it’s not connected to the one in NY.
Too late.There's no reason to believe that he changed his "misguided" ways before death.
Yup.All the main Interstates (5,10,70,80,90,95,etc) have spur roads in more than one state.For example,there's an "I-495" in MA,NY,MD and FL.
Maybe his purse got in the way of proper control of the car.
Was he rear-ended?
Rear-ended, in a tunnel no less.
“Hello, Darren .... this is God speaking. Remember all those people who told you I didn’t much care for sodomy? Well, they were correct. And, remember all those people who told you I really get angry when people spit at my Word. Well, they were correct also. Now ... seeing as I have determined it is YOUR time to answer for your life, let’s talk about things ...”
Father Abraham, father Abraham....
Finally some good news. I sure hope the observation that they go in three’s comes true.
Blast. Pink shirt on a thread of this subject, too.
Well, that is his shirt. Must be the old color picture technology. I didn’t even notice. It is John Wayne!
Lets get this done.
Romney was campaigning on ending DADT back in 1994.
"One issue I want to clarify concerns President Clintons dont ask, dont tell, dont pursue military policy. I believe that the Clinton compromise was a step in the right direction. I am also convinced that it is the first of a number of steps that will ultimately lead to gays and lesbians being able to serve openly and honestly in our nations military. That goal will only be reached when preventing discrimination against gays and lesbians is a mainstream concern, which is a goal we share."
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