Originally Posted by tdogg
I hope you are right U-dog. I also agree somewhat with what Daniel is saying. At least in regards to DADT, fine and talented military personnel are being discharged for no logical or good reason, we are losing the very people we desperately need in this time of many wars, and good and fine individuals are having to remain in the closet. It's not fair to our soldiers and it's not fair to the GLBT community. I know, not everything is fair. But these find enlisted personnel are hiding or facing the probability of losing not only their job, but all the benefits that should be granted to them.
It is unacceptable. All in due time is way too long for those who have suffered under DADT.
I hope I'm right too, tdogg, because everything you have said is absolutely true. BTW, did you catch Colbert's show from Baghdad night before last? He did a routine on DADT. It didn't sound to me like all those laughing troops were losing sleep over the idea of serving with gay people. Go figure.