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US gay serviceman reinstated following Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell discharge

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  1. The soldier in the picture seems to be called ‘Knight’, not ‘Daniels’ – wrong picture?

    1. johnny33308 13 Dec 2011, 1:55pm

      I just pulled up comments to say the very same thing and you’ve beaten me to it!

  2. Ahhhhh a cunning linguist!

  3. This is great news, and there’s more to come.

  4. Meanwhile in 13 states in the US it is still possible to fire someone for being gay.

    1. johnny33308 13 Dec 2011, 2:01pm

      Sadly, it is ALL the states regardless if there are protections in place, or not, or laws against discrimination, etc …one must PROVE that one has been fired for being gay…not an easy thing to do. At this time ageism is rampant in the US especially when looking for a job…many people over 50 cannot get a job, benefits have run out, there is no help, all we can do is just die….no one can PROVE that either; so much for ‘protections’..they seem to be useless for the vast majority…sadly.

  5. Great news, especially when you think about the recent comments by that Perry moron!

  6. burningworm 13 Dec 2011, 2:54pm

    The entire nation should be on its knees and pleading for forgiveness.

  7. soapbubblequeen 13 Dec 2011, 9:09pm

    Where can I meet him?! Gorgeous.

  8. Derek Williams 17 Dec 2011, 2:23pm

    Fantastic news. Moral of the story is “Never, never, ever give up.”

  9. Jock S. Trap 19 Dec 2011, 10:10am

    Good for Mr Daniels.

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