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In an exhaustive nine-month study on the effects of repealing “don’t ask, don’t tell,” the 17-year-old policy that requires service members to keep their sexual orientation secret or face discharge, the authors concluded that while in the short run a repeal would likely bring about “some limited and isolated disruption to unit cohesion and retention,” it could be mitigated by effective leadership.
The study recommended no housing or living changes as a result of any repeal, which much be done by an act of Congress. The authors also quashed any suggestion that there should be separate bathroom facilities.
Originally posted by Jason88
Really, if homosexuals are willing to fight for my country, then that's great...
Originally posted by unityemissions
reply to post by SaturnFX
She's reading from a teleprompter for good publicity.
I seriously doubt that trashy fool knows much of anything.edit on 30-11-2010 by unityemissions because: (no reason given)
incidently...I find it interesting this thread ultimately went completely unnoticed. It was cause of many a flamewars before the elections. I guess since the election cycle is over, the spinsters have stopped posting their rightous indignation across the internet posing as regular joes.