(H/T: Hot Air) That's a serious question, because he signed his name to an article saying precisely that back in college. The quote goes:

The military not only discriminates on the basis of sexual preference, but on the basis of sex and race. Women are not allowed to serve in combat even if they are physically superior to males who do serve in combat. And, while there are not explicit rules discriminating against minorities, the Congressional Black Caucus has found that "racism has become institutionalized at all levels of the military. Black and other minority service men are victims of discrimination from the time that they enter the services until the time that they are discharged." Will Harvard choose to ignore this discrimination?

Murphy went on to declare that military values - which he proceeded to get wrong, as only a liberal Democratic Ivy League student can - are directly contradictory to those of Harvard University, or at least the Harvard University of twenty years ago. I would like to say that Harvard's grown up a little since then, but it'd be a lie. Still, I'd like to know: has Murphy?

Moe Lane

PS: Jazz Shaw has more; so does this site, even if they can't get the name of the NRCC right. But one of their commenters noted that parts of this district were once Gerald Solomon's (I think), so that works out. And, of course, see also Erick's post on the subject.

PPS: Jim Tedisco. Republican. Running for the seat. Doesn't hate the military. Donate here.

Crossposted to Moe Lane.