I love how the majority of you have never served in the military, yet you have no problems running your mouth.
I am in the Army, and have been for 5 years now. I've been to Iraq and have served with thousands of people in my time, some of which have been gay, and never once was it a problem, or were they less capable of shooting hadjis in the face because they happened to be gay. Since the repeal of "Don't Ask Don't Tell", there have been no major changes in the personalities of the people serving that I've seen. We are professional enough to not make sexuality an issue. You can't always believe the sensationalist views portrayed on Fox News and CNN, they just want to garner viewers, and dramatic headlines do that. We do our job because that's what we're paid to do, and that's all you guys should be concerned with.
And before you start accusing me of being a homosexual terrorist, let me clear that up. I'm straight, married with a child, and have been for several years now. I'm a mixture of white and cherokee/apache indian, and grew up in Magoffin County.
You guys are making an issue out of nothing just so you have something to bitch about.
First let me say, God Bless You and the other Brave Men and Women for serving our Country. I too have served with others that I knew were gay and NEVER once doubted that they would have my back. I have had guys that were "straight as hell" that I couldn't help wonder if they had my 6 covered when the sh*t hit the fan. It's not a sexual preference issue. It's what they have inside of them that matters.