Does Matt Sanchez Have a Point?
Here's something new in the discussion on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," from Matt Sanchez in WorldNetDaily:
Pro-gay advocates hold up the example of other military around the world that have lifted bans.OYE Comment:
It is true: France, Germany and Spain all permit openly gay service members, but who cares? In Afghanistan, neither France, Spain nor Germany will fight the Taliban. [ . . . ]
In presenting many arguments against open service of non-heterosexuals, Sanchez actually has a point here. Of course, he has neglected to mention the United Kingdom and Israel, which both fight very well and allow open service by non-heterosexuals.
Also, if you look at AmericaBlog (hat tip), you may wonder whether Sanchez would be eligible to serve under the policies he supports in his article.
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