For a long while now, I've been of the mind that the current "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy that the Armed Forces enforces on its soldiers is pointless, juvenile, and detrimental to our national security concerns. Well, today, Spencer Ackerman highlights a story in the
"After a careful examination, there is no scientific evidence to support the claim that unit cohesion will be negatively affected if homosexuals serve openly," writes Colonel Om Prakash, who is now working in the office of Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates. "Based on this research, it is not time for the administration to reexamine the issue; rather it is time for the administration to examine how to implement the repeal of the ban."
At some point, it would be nice if President Barack Obama would join this emerging vanguard of thought urging for the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" before it completely passes him by.
Don't Ask, Don't Be Ridiculous [Attackerman]
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Rep. Patrick Murphy, Iraq Vet, Takes Charge of DADT Fight