>Our fighting men (and women) can handle this.
Zot what? The troops have been surveyed and the results are pretty clear - most don’t think this will have any effect (neutral).
The SecDef and JCS have said they support repeal.
So, can anyone tell me why it’s a surprise this was passed?
Because the combat arms guys who actually do the fighting, killing and dying overwhelmingly oppose it might be a reason to be surprised.
no you have it wrong and you have been listening to the media too much,
I had a survey and it never asked if don’t ask should be repealed nor did most return their surveys due to them not wanting to go on record and be targeted.
Also most of the survey was done by families of soldiers and marines who will not be hurt by this.
Also if a survey was given and it looked to have been answered with middle of the road answer then it was put into a pile of we don’t mind.
The whole survey was skewed and corrupt along with the media who did their report on it BTW not one marine or soldier I know serving wants this repealed.
Yes I did serve and talked to a pal over in Kabul today who said he and others were not going to leave as soon as they can along with my sons who were heading for the Marines who are now not joining.
If you support the homosexual agenda you are anti-constitution and you’ll get the zot from FR!
Three or four already today and the day is young.