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McCain questions study on gays in military

Senator says 'Don't ask, don't tell' report is flawed

U.S. Sen. John McCain, in a challenge to the Pentagon, said a study on the "Don't ask, don't tell" policy is flawed that the military should be "cautious" about allowing gays to openly serve in a time of war. The study, released Tuesday, showed that an overwhelming majority of troops thought that repealing the law prohibiting "out" gays from serving would not harm their unit's effectiveness.
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Dec 6, 2010, 4:23 am
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Dear John,

You are acting like a horse’s ass again.  Our founding fathers new (and you never learned) that you don’t put civil rights up to a vote.  I’m not saying that serving in the military is a ‘civil right’ (it is a privilege), but it is a similar situation with regard to asking advice from rank & file service personnel about inclusion.  If President Truman had asked the rank & file military members if the military should be integrated, what do you think they would have said.  Grow up John, you made a bad decision that is not supported by our military leaders and your ego is too big for you to admit that you are wrong.

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