Statement from the US Army – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal

Today marks the end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell“. The law is repealed. From this day forward Gay and Lesbian soldiers may serve in our Army with the dignity and respect they deserve. Our rules, regulations and policies reflect the repeal guidance issues by the Department of Defense and will apply uniformly without regard to sexual orientation, which is a personal and private matter.

Click on the link above for the whole statement.

Overdue.

Homophobes and other bigots will keep at it. Some are filing suit to try to overturn the law, They have no understanding of history or comprehension of civil rights under our Constitution.

They are crap spilling over the rim of the overstuffed garbage can of history.

One thought on “Statement from the US Army – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Repeal

  1. E Trams says:

    And yet the bigotry is still woven in the National fabric and the hatred still taught. This though is a giant step especially in regard to civil liberty.

    I applaud President Obama.

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