If homosexuals are authorized in the military, then why are they discharged for being homosexual? Admitting that you're gay is not homosexual.
They're not discharged for being homosexual. They're only discharged if their homosexuality is discovered, ostensibly because it damages cohesion or whatever the opposition's basis for discharging them is. They're allowed to be gay-- they're not allowed to be seen as gay.
Says the guy who doesn't read my posts.
Well I skim them, because they're not worth reading in entirety. Don't get me wrong, I used to read them, but have since concluded that it's a waste of my time. Besides, there's a key difference between my desire to read and your ability to read.
Really, the only reason we're still having a discussion is because I'm not done laughing at you yet.
[quote]Are you telling me that you don't remember what words you googled?
You're asking me if I remember a search string from a week ago? No, what's worse, you're rhetorically accusing me of lying about not remembering a search string from a week ago. If it's so easy to figure out which of a hundred or so strings I could have used, then I'm sure you could do it just as easily. So I'll ask again, why are you ignoring the other sources I gave you and focusing on this one? Because you'd like to attack my credibility? Laughable considering you have the least of it of anyone on this entire site.
So far you've really yet to do anything other than repeat the same fallacies, childish argumentative tactics, and proclamation of victory. You are indeed a prime specimen of the Dunning-Kruger effect.
President Obama wrote:
"Tonight, I am announcing that the American combat mission in Iraq has ended,"
Before moving on, all of your confusion on DADT may clear up by addressing this quote and my question. If President Obama made that statement, then why are we still in Iraq?
He said Combat mission. As far as I know American troops are still in the process of training Iraqi police/army to take on the major security roles. Of course once the US does leave the major security issues will likely stop anyway.
Its not like he declared mission accomplished and then left the army there for another 5 years or anything.
Edited, Jan 20th 2011 10:24pm by rdmcandie