Today the House of Representatives repealed the United States military policy, “Don’t ask, Don’t tell” which states the U.S. cannot ask the sexual orientation of its military personnel, and they in turn are not required to disclose this. Repealing this policy is not a revolutionary idea. In fact, of the 26 military forces that make up NATO, 22 of them allow gays to serve openly. Repealing this in the House is only one step in making a monumental change in equal rights under the Obama Administration.
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