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Study: Despite biased claims, gays really aren't army obliterators

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images DadtmonkA study released yesterday by the Michael D. Palm Center indicates that camouflaged 'mos are unlikely to undermine unit cohesion, leading to the conclusion that the military's needless, biased "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy should be repealed:

Study: Military gays don't undermine unit cohesion [AP via Yahoo!]

And the beauty part? This study wasn't conducted by Joe Schmos with a vested interest in putting gays in combat boots, but rather by four retired military officers whose vested interest is in the military itself. So here's hoping this research will be just one more step in silencing those whose vested interest is in prolonging a needless, unjust "culture war" with a demonized enemy of their own hyperbolic design.

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