Don't Ask Don't Tell Debate - Savannah, GA

Discuss the national Don't Ask Don't Tell debate in Savannah, GA.

Should the US repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell?

Savannah votes to repeal
Yes
 
7
No
 
1

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Joe

Savannah, GA

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Dec 26, 2010
 
As my parter is in the service, my vote is obviously yes. Anybody who wishes should be able to serve their country, and put their life on the line, without lying about it or being threatened with losing their job, and theirfore their livelyhood
REANN

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Dec 27, 2010
 
PLEASE, IT SHOULDN'T BE THERE TO BEGIN WITH... DO WE FORGET WHAT ERA WE ARE LIVING IN. PLEASE PEOPLE GO ON WITH YOUR LIFE AND LET THE SAM EOF OTHERS:-)
LMAO

Guston, KY

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Dec 27, 2010
 
The Military is not a place for Social Experiments. It has a job to do and that does not include making people happy about their sexuality.There are 1,000's of jobs in the military and some places a gay might fit, but not in Combat Arms. 1 out of 10 never fire a weapon except on a range.

You take 9 straight soldier's in a rifle squad and put in one openly gay man, you have a problem and they won't last long. Life in the military is about cohesion, this will not take place with a gay person, it's about being willing to give your life for another. Sometimes this has to occur in a very short period of time. Example : you lose 3 men in a firefight, the next day you receive 3 replacements. Those replacements have to bond and be accepted instantaneously, because that same day you might be in battle again. Been there done that and I'll tell you, when your life is on the line, you do what you have to do and you'll not let someone else get you killed, you take action. Misfits do not last, be it someone from the ghetto in Detroit, a gay from Atlanta or a pot smoker from Podunk.

Good luck to them, Pink Body Bags.
Anonymous

Savannah, GA

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Mar 24, 2012
 
It is discrimination, and is it anyone's right to deny any man of service?
The Painted Lady

Savannah, GA

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Apr 16, 2012
 
Should we deny anyone the right of serving Thier country?

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