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Tuesday, 20 September 2011

DADT REPEAL GOES INTO EFFECT








After years of debate and months of final preparations, the military can no longer prevent gays from serving openly in its ranks.
Repeal of a 1993 law that allowed gays to serve only so long as they kept their sexual orientation private took effect Tuesday at 12:01 a.m. EDT.

14 comments:

  1. I know... I felt the need to write about it too, but I think your posting is a bit more colorful than mine. I like the angle you took rather the the political drivel I opted for.

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  2. And it's about time a nation that tries to present itself to the rest of the world as a great democracy finally puts to rest one more vestige of discrimination, oppression and repression. One small step for equality, another step towards justice.

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  3. MECHADUDE: IT BEEN A LONG TIME COMING, BUT AMERICA CAME THROUGH.

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  4. BOS: I DIDN'T WANT TO DO ANYTHING TOO SERIOUS. THAT HAS BEEN DONE BY OTHER BLOGGERS. I WANTED SOMETHING THAT IS ALL ABOUT THE OPTICS...

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  5. In war there are no sexual preferences each soldier enlisted to do a job. Just as long as the men and women in the armed services conduct themselves as soldiers and help to protect our country and it's people.

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  6. This are gonna get worse before they get better with this repeal

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  7. NOT: ISN'T THAT HOW IT IS WITH MOST THINGS IN LIFE?

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