Don’t Ask. Don’t Tell.

As the bullets whizzed and mortars crashed over their foxhole in the wilds of Afghanistan one soldier turns to the other and inquires of his sexual orientation. One can be certain that the sanctity and safety of those soldiers has been greatly enhanced by the recent vote by all Senate Republicans (save one–Susan Collins-R-Maine) against the repeal of “Don’t ask. Don’t tell.” Instead of figuring out a way out of this morass, both Afghanistan and Don’t ask. Don’t tell, these wizened sages will probably vote funding for the Pentagon to invent a “bullet-proof condom” to further protect our fighting forces.

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4 Responses to Don’t Ask. Don’t Tell.

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