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The only thing I've got to say about "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"


If our military leaders are certain that the benefits outweigh the risks, there’s little evidence that there will be a significant impact on operational readiness, and they’re using data-driven and not ideology-driven means to determine this, I don’t see why there’s a reason to keep “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” around. If the converse is true or there’s no data to support repeal, drop the issue. I’m personally pretty sick of the emotional nonsense surrounding the issue when it should be a simple matter of cold hard numbers and what’s truly best for the military.

2 Responses to The only thing I've got to say about "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"

  1. Agreed. I don’t believe you’ll find any numbers indicating adverse reasons. I say if they’re smart enough, and good enough,thendog gone it, people should like it.

  2. Also, here are two funny clips from Funny or Die that show the silliness of ‘if I’m in a shower with a gay guy…”



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