Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Bye, Don't Ask Don't tell!

A new poll shows that 78% of Americans support the repeal of the "don't ask don't tell" law. This is great, and the Senate and House plan to vote on this soon. There only one catch: even if this bill is passed and then sighed by Obama today, there is still a military review which is going to have to be done before the policy is removed. This is expected to come in by the end of 2010. The truth is that no longer must people be afraid to express there sexual orientation, and then be denied to serve there country. This policy must be gone, and a overwhelmingly majority of Americans agree on this.
"There is a gender gap, with 85 percent of women and 71 percent of men favoring the change, but support remains high among both groups."
"Support is widespread, even among Republicans. Nearly six in ten Republicans favor allowing openly gay individuals to serve in the military," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "
 Read more at CNN Politics.

1 comment:

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