Weekly Poll Question Seeks Your Opinion on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"

During President Obama's State of the Union Address on January 27, 2010, he stated that he will work with Congress and the military to "finally repeal the law, known as 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are." He had made similar statements during previous speeches; however, his State of the Union speech was the first in which he definitively committed to repealing the law on a set timetable. The policy being back in the news prompted this week's Bank of Sheridan - sheridanmedia.com weekly poll question: "Should the policy of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' in the military be changed?"

Let us know what you think. Cast your vote on our homepage, and feel free to leave appropriate comments. Then tune in to NewsTalk 930 KROE on Friday morning in the 9'o'clock hour to hear the result, on the Jackson Electric Open Line.

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D.A.D.T.

This is just about appeasing a small section of the population and them trying to impose their will on the larger section of the country. Our country was founded on majority and is now ruled by the squeky wheel getting the grease (or vote.
Jon Smith

Jon Smith

DADT

Some day we're going to look back with astonishment that any form of a communication gap was allowed to exist in the military:

http://bit.ly/9YNli3

(satire)