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 Rivera7 years ago
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by fallsfella7 years ago
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by thirdmillenium23 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?
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by Credence24 months ago
Just wondering, why is the Trump Administration so tight lipped on the question?
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