Today, her career rather than being threatened has been significantly advanced, thanks to the end of an era of discrimination and prejudice against our gay and lesbian servicemembers.
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The roller-coaster events of this September illustrate the dangers for the LGBT community of relying too heavily on promises from our friends.
Firing 50 men and women who are fluent in Arabic solely because they are gay when we are fighting in the Arabic-speaking world? The mind boggles.
I believe Congress will be in lockstep with the President on a repeal of DADT. At the end of this year, the law that bars gay men and women from serving openly in the military can be gone.
Since the primary concern of both candidates in the debate was not to screw up, that was just fine. Just not screwing up, however, doesn't make for a very exciting debate.
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