Another leftwing journalist scribe goes out of their way to protect and serve the liberal agenda, no matter what the law says:
Is this woman that dense? MySpace is one of the most popular online social network's in the world. By declaring her depravity for women on MySpace, Amy Brian was clearly putting her business out there for the world to see. Whether you agree or disagree with "Don't ask. Don't Tell" or not, it is still the law. Funny too that the alternative lifestyle supporters in the media never ask what our troops think about gays serving openly there, much less acknowledge the dangerous acts of sexual proclivity that white gays, in particular, engage in. Bottom line, the military should not be used for social engineering.
Does having a MySpace page on which you don't hide the fact that you're a lesbian constitute "telling" the military about your sexual orientation? What about kissing your girlfriend in the checkout line in Wal-Mart? It does if you serve in the Kansas Army National Guard, which recently discharged an Iraq war vet for being a lesbian.
Since "don't ask, don't tell" went into effect in 1993, nearly 12,500 service members have been discharged for being gay, lesbian or bisexual. Three-quarters of Americans think gay members of the military should be able to serve openly. Tell us again why ending the policy has to wait?