I’ve heard lots of things about lots of people. I hate the tabloid trash reporting. Why not demand names of the accusers?
The author doesn’t understand the “don’t ask” part, just wants to tell. “If there’s an investigation . . .” wouldn’t be allowed under “don’t ask.”
posted on 06/01/2010 3:59:16 PM PDT
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If theres an investigation . . . wouldnt be allowed under dont ask. Actually, not true. Kirk agreed to abide by the UCMJ when he enlisted. If he is indeed a homosexual and has ever engaged in male/male sex during his entire military career - he violated the policy and is subject to discharge. There is good reason for the rule as active homosexuals put a much greater risk on the military blood supply (that's why they are totally banned from donating blood by the FDA). A lot of civilians aren't aware of these rules. If a homosexual wants to serve, they agree to be 100% celibate during the totality of their enlistments (on and off-duty time) per UCMJ Art 125 sec A.
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