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Don't Ask/Don't Tell


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iggy

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Is there any one out there who is glad this lame policy got kicked to the curb? As a prior service woman, I am.
The men and women who serve our country no longer have to live in "FEAR"!

UH RAH!

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Is there any one out there who is glad this lame policy got kicked to the curb? As a prior service woman, I am.
The men and women who serve our country no longer have to live in "FEAR"!

UH RAH!

Yes! I heard that last Saturday and it is about time! Way to go :)

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I am all too happy, but I am wondering how much trouble will be stirred up because of soldiers flaunting their homosexuality needlessly. I just hope that the service members who are gay or bi keep in mind that their first priority is to do their job well, and secondary to that is their freedom to express their sexual preference. I know that it is always the minority who act out unnecessarily but those few will paint the picture for everyone.

Now I am ready to see the Defense of Marriage Act done away with!





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