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05/12/2010

Do ask, do html

by Jeremy Hooper

<repeal = now>

A group of leading military bloggers has issued a joint statement urging Congress to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
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The statement, which says that there have always been gay soldiers and that "very little will actually change" with the repeal of "Don't Ask," carries the signatures of the authors of some of the most prominent: Blackfive, Q&O, Outside the Wire, and the US Naval Institute Blog, among others
Milbloggers call for end to 'Don't Ask' [Politico]

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