DADT and Left-wing intellectual bigotry

John R. Guardiano writing at The American Spectator: “Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen has confirmed my worst fears today by calling for the dismissal of Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James F. Amos . . . Amos had the audacity to speak out in defense of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ And, in Cohen’s warped view, this constitutes impermissible ‘bigotry,’ or ‘one step short of being a bigot’ . . . His column is a warning: If you dare to dissent from the prevailing left-wing orthodoxy on homosexuality, you will be branded a bigot and deemed unfit for military service. Traditional conservatives and religious believers need not apply. Keep your warped conservative views to yourself.”