December 18, 2010 by USA Post
DADT, Every day a soldier lsbn or gay to go on the field and be afraid of being exposed is a day when they are not at their maximum efficiency, yet, Senator John McCain has followed the example of the Navy General Commander James F. Amos, claiming that people will be distracted if Do not Ask, Do not Tell is repealed and they could lose an eye, a limb or a life. Regardless of the fact that the vast majority of soldiers do not see a problem serving with gays and lsbns who are open. For Senator John McCain and others it is a matter of life or death for their fanaticism.
Senator McCain called this day a “sad day” because of what General Amos said about the loss of limbs while he basically spit on the service of the former staff sergeant Eric Alva, the first to be wounded in the war in Iraq, and openly gay former marine.
He also said that Captain Cox was wrong, despite the fact that man is a Marine infantry captain who said that General James Amos is wrong on this issue.
Unlike McCain and Amos, both Alva Cox and bring honor to the uniform services.
Senators Collins, Brown, Snowe, Murkowski, and Voinavich voted “yes.”
Today, the votes were cast, and the results were 63 yes 33 no.
This is the statement of JD Smith OutServe, an organization active duty military who supports the repeal of DADT:
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