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Do you agree or disagree with the recent repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy?

October 6, 2011

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Jeanne Dunbar (Bonner Springs City Library children's coordinator in ) says...

“I am a huge supporter of our troops and as a retired military spouse of 25 years, I believe your sexual orientation has nothing to do with patriotism and your ability to serve your country.”

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John Hilton (BSHS athletics director in ) says...

“I agree with the recent repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Policy. An American shouldn’t have to hide who they are in order to serve for our country.”

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Michelle Meyer (Co-owner of Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery in Basehor in ) says...

“I respect and admire all men and women who serve in the military. They are volunteering their service and deserve everyone’s respect.”

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justice4all 2 years, 6 months ago on Do you agree or disagree with the recent repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy?

I DO NOT agree with the repeal of DADT. At the end of the day, the military will follow orders but the repeal of DADT will affect the good order and discipline of the force. The last thing a military fighting a war needs is the Village People dancing and singing in the barracks. Already openly gay military members are discrediting the military by appearing in gay porn films wearing their uniforms (and the courts have ruled that is OK). The military should not be a social experiment. It is a privilege to serve in the military not a right. There was nothing wrong with DADT. It served all concerned for well over 20 years. The repeal of DADT was a campaign promise; one that the president could easily keep.

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