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Do you think abolishing Don't Ask, Don't Tell was necessary?


I was worried that the abolishment of Don't Ask, Don't Tell might put soldiers at greater risk. Relaxing might out many and make them targets. As someone outside the military coming from a family legacy of service their safety was a priority for me. (I make a point to say God Bless You & thank you and your family for your service to every service person I see.)

 

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    SEXYLADYDEE 4 years ago

    Thank you for your honesty. The safety reasons you mentioned were the original concerns I had as well. Dee

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    SEXYLADYDEE 4 years ago

    Because right and wrong don't always prevail. Sometimes ignorance and fear does. Oh and so called religious piety. Dee

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    SEXYLADYDEE 4 years ago

    There seems to be a consensus here. Thanks. Dee

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