DoD suspends DADT discharges

From the Department of Defense [via Joe. My. God]:

Pending an appeal, the military services have halted discharges under the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law, DOD officials said today.


“The Department of Defense will of course obey the law, and the e-mail noted that, in the meantime, the department will abide by the terms in the court’s ruling, effective as of the time and date of the ruling,” he said.

Joe’s Tweet of the Day.

I know there’s a long way to go and a lot of things could happen and I’ll be in a bad mood in about 24 hours because all of the shrieking from the fReichtards, but:



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One response to “DoD suspends DADT discharges

  1. BDR

    Totally unrelated to this post, re: feral cats comment you left at Cole’s –

    They helped us with a mom who had kittens in our shed. See comment a couple below yours at Cole’s.

    Thanks for being nice.