Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Last night I told Jaclyn that Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell has been repealed by the congress. She asked, “So what does that mean?” To which I replied, “Well, now you are required to ask and tell. For the next several months, everyone in the military needs to go around and ask if their fellow servicemen/service women are gay, lesbian, or bi-sexual. If you are asked, you are certainly obligated to tell, it’s in the rules. If you don’t tell, you gotta get out of the military immediately. You can also be ousted for not knowing and not asking, you are now obligated to ask. I think they will start a massive filing system to record everyone’s responses. Honestly, I don’t know how we fielded a military in the past without this legislation.”

I saw Yogi Bear in this weekend. glasses work perfectly over prescription glasses.

3 thoughts on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

  1. I think gays were not allowed to be in the military period. So the previous fix was don’t ask don’t tell. This country has to do better than that. If your gay and want to join the service to help defend, support your country you should not have to hide or lie about anything to get the chance to serve. I mean it’s kind of a thankless job we should not discourage anyone.


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