March 19, 2008

Don't ask, the policy smells

It appears that the majority of military leaders support Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Persue. The policy has been widely derided as a compromise that delayed full equality for LGBT service members. Without arguing that, it has allowed some members of the LGBT to serve as they wished, even if they couldn't be open about themselves.

What's interesting is not that the majority now supports this policy, it's that a full 22% support repeal and allowing openly LGBT citizens to serve. That's a substantial change from 10 years ago.

Posted by mcblogger at March 19, 2008 10:33 AM

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