Friday, January 29, 2010

Wisdom of DADT Policy

Eliminating Bill Clinton's DADT (Don't Ask, Don't Tell) policy will empower unscrupulous gays to file grievances publicly. To avoid disruptions of good order and discipline, unfavorable press, and resulting slumps in recruiting, the military will be compelled to either waste resources attempting to prove negatives legally [impossible], or grant undeserved promotions.

Wasteful costs will be magnified as academy-educated officers depart closets to assist former and prospective lovers with undeserved fitness report ratings.

Likely grievances will involve lawsuits based on alleged homophobic discrimination in denial of promotions or plum assignments. Since gay servicepeople are currently prohibited from identifying their sexual orientations, such grievances have not been possible.

If/when gays serve openly, civilian military lawyers and JAGs will find groundbreaking ways to sue the DoD, military branches, or the U.S. Government. As taxpayers, you and I will foot the bills, of course. Unfortunately, many voters are unaware of the lawyer-driven agenda, so far.

The wisdom of DADT will become obvious when the first in-service lawsuit is filed. At that point, expect an avalanche. Will it be too late for taxpayers?

Submarines are always silent and strange.



At 29 January, 2010 23:43, Blogger Subvet said...

It won't be a question of if, it'll be a question of when.

To be followed shortly by allowing women to crew subs.

That sucking sound you'll hear will be a lot of good men bailing out before everything drops into the fan.

At 04 February, 2010 15:04, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a good place to start for talking points to your congressman.

The Chump of Naval Operations may be s***ing Dingle Barry's c***, but Congress still has the last word on this.


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