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Repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

So says a bunch of milbloggers.

7 Responses to “Repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

  1. Standard Mischief Says:

    we can has wedge issue?

    Remember, DADT was put in place (rightfully) by an Executive Order from the Commander in Chief. This is what Executive Order are for, (not to say pass a “law” that says if I disassemble my firearm, I must have a magic number of US made pieces when I put it back together or I’ve committed a felony).

    But if the (D) people can force the (R) people to show their gay cooties near November, they just might not lose as badly as it seems they will.

    (BTW, this is a great vehicle to attach some sunshine gun laws to, since the (D) people need to pass something after all the drama.)

  2. Weer'd Beard Says:

    That would force the gay-hating Obama administration to reverse their stance on gay cooties.

  3. Matt Groom Says:

    I think we should repeal DADT, and then we can have communal showers and boot camp platoons. 3 Months without pussy is a long time when your 17-19! In USMC boot camp, we have 4th Battalion, which is exclusively female. This is discrimination! Instead of having a 5th and 6th battalion for homosexual men and women respectively, and possibly a 7th for transgenders, etc, why not just intergrate them all? If you can have two dudes in a company who get it on during libo, why not have dudes and chicks together? Joint showers, joint barracks, joint bathrooms, everything!

    Hell, I can’t see anything wrong with that. It will probably improve camaraderie. Sexual relationships never compromise a person’s ability to interact with a co-worker after they break up, right? Even if they’re stuck together, seeing each other every single day for YEARS. Certainly not to the point where they begin to hate and loathe each other! And rape won’t be a problem, because homosexuals, male and female alike, are incapable of committing a sex crime, only heterosexual men commit sex crimes.

    They’re in the military already! Males and females in the same camp already fuck like rabbits, and homosexuals probably do the same! So instead of rumors and innuendo which cannot be proven, and officially must be denied, let’s just air all of our personal, dirty laundry as a matter of policy. Hell, why not make it a matter of public record? Record it in your career jacket! Nobody will discriminate because of your sexuality, even if they never meet you. Especially when we impose quotas! You have to promote such and such! “He’s less qualified, but he’s gay, and we need to meet our quota for homosexual staff NCOs this quarter!” Brilliant! Let’s get rid of merit based promotions entirely!

  4. ParatrooperJJ Says:

    Standard- DADT was put into place by a law passed by congress. Only congress can remove it.

  5. Standard Mischief Says:

    w’pedia: “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) is the nickname for the policy stated within Defense Directive 1304.26, issued by President Bill Clinton late in 1993.
    …”

  6. Standard Mischief Says:

    ah, an Executive Order from Clinton modifies a total ban put in place by Congress. With the supremes upholding DADT, could Obama further modify it via Executive Order?

    Maybe Obama ought to do it with a “signing statement” instead?

  7. Old Doctor Weasel Says:

    Here’s my brilliant DADT compromise position: keep the lesbos and kick out the gays. Yes, I am serious, after interacting with some great military lesbians. And by ‘interacting’ I don’t mean …. And I have had professional dealings with former-military gay guys. What they were ever doing in the military I’ll never know.

    And to clarify what Standard Mischief was saying, there’s the law, which says ‘homosexuality is incompatible with military service’, and the executive order, which says basically if you shut up we won’t enforce the law. DADT is the exec order, so overturning it leaves us with the law. Then all gays go, and we can investigate based on reasonable suspicion. Don’t like it? Talk to Congress.