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Translating machine to replace sacked gay linguists

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  1. Robert W. Pierce 26 Jul 2007, 4:08pm

    Good, let them use machines, let them have more deaths on their hands. It will all come back to haunt them.The insidious thing about the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy in the U.S. military that though it prevents superiors from asking about one’s orientation, it doesn’t stop the ordinary serviceman from making homophobic remarks about a fellow service member. Such remarks are a form of harrassment yet the victim can do nothing because if he admits to it, he’s booted out, so he or she has to endure the abuse. What a disgusting and offensive policy it is. Robert, ex-pat Brit.

  2. One way we could end Bush’s disastrous war in Iraq is to have every gay person in the military come out on a particular date.When 10% of the military, including e.g. 50% of the army nurse corp comes out, it will be the end of don’t ask don’t tell, or the war, or both.

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