Heard a very different take on gays in the military this morning. A Colonel about to receive his first star but instead decided to retire stated, "When I joined the military gays were banned. Some years later they were allowed to join under a don't ask don't tell policy. Now Congress is pushing to allow them to join and remain openly gay. I've decided to retire before being gay becomes mandatory."
lol, so he's saying gays have no choice after all (at least not in the future military) Maybe that idea will catch on...
More than likely. I guess he felt free to say what he truly thought as he was retiring anyway.
by Ruben Rivera6 years ago
I am in the Marines and I truly believe everyone has the right to serve their country in the Armed forces. The only issue I have the fact that the military mentality would make it very hard to start the process of...
by fallsfella7 years ago
The Dumbocrats are at it again. Now they have hurried through a vote to repeal the "Dopn't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. What do these people think with? It sure isn't the brains the Good Lord...
by Jack Lee3 hours ago
This is after repeated claim he will repeal ACA in re-election campaign...How does he sleep at night?Who is paying him? Why is he still a Senator?
by thirdmillenium17 months ago
It is burgeoing too. Would this lead to a likely groupings within sections or tensions between gays and other members in a section?
by rhamson2 years ago
and select individuals. This is a conversation Robert Reich had with a person in the Office of the US trade representatives.“I’d like to see the text of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal,” I told the person...
by Credence24 years ago
Hi, folks, the link that I provide is from an article written by Patrick Buchanan, not one of my favorite guys. He is blunt in his opinion and I think just as wrong. http://news.yahoo.com/pentagons-surrend …...
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