Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

The house has voted for repeal. And, as J-Bro notes, even right-wing military bloggers are on board with repeal. Here’s one of them:

If I am lying by the road bleeding, I don’t care if the medic coming to save me is gay. I just hope he is one of those buff gay guys who are always in the gym so he can throw me over his shoulder and get me out of there.

3 thoughts on “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

  1. I thought it was more like they voted for the possibility of repealing DADT? Isn’t it contingent on a military review?

  2. i head that what’s contingent is the way in which they’ll go about repealing it–whether there needs to be a time-lag, for example. they’ll wait to hear what the military review suggests as a strategy for making the change. so, in practice it could be it’s not actually repealed (eg, it could be stalled until there’s a new vote); but in principle they have voted to definitely do so.

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