"Don't Ask, Don't Tell," conservative groups are claiming that the problem of homosexual misconduct in the military, including sexual assaults will only become worse. Worse, does that mean it's bad right now?
Some say this is a last desperate attempt to stop the military from finally allowing a growing number of gay and lesbian soldiers entering U.S. Armed Forces.
There have been 1,600 reports of sexual assaults in the military in 2009; only 8 percent were homosexual in nature. I'm still wondering what that means, just use your imagination.
But if you think like I do you don't have to be gay to attack someone in a way that is homosexual in nature.
The drum keeps banging the same tune, with anti-gays in the military saying if the numbers of homosexuals in the U.S. grows, the threat of discharge for homosexual conduct would be eliminated making victims hesitant to report assaults and make commanders hesitant to punish them.
I don't think so!