As promised, President Obama has resurrected former President Clinton’s effort to enable gay people to serve openly in the military, pledging to work with Congress and the military to overturn the law often referred to as “don’t ask, don’t tell." When couched in terms of multiculturalism, diversity, political correctness and innate fairness to all, there are cogent arguments to support this effort.
COLUMN: Gay people in the military: armed forces are no place for social experiments
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