Monday, December 20, 2010

Gays in the Military?

I just want to raised my owned views and opinion regarding the passage of the bill that repealed a while ago the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy in the U.S military organization. Maybe you too could do the same in leaving your idea and views over here. 

I just read the news paper regarding the passage of the bills in repealing the laws "Don't Ask, Don't Tell " in the U.S military organization. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is a law that prohibited man/woman in uniform to expressed or to exposed their third sex genres while active service in the military, and those that are found would met desciplinary action or even expulsion in the military organization.

Now, that third sex genres in the military is already allowed after Pres. Barrack Obama signed it into law,.what would be the scenarious that the public expects in the near future? I still remember when I am in the military service in the Philippines (2Lt PAF or Philipppines Air Force), during our rigid training in Villamor Air Base Pasay City, we should required to act as a robot, stomach in breast out policy while marching on the line or else your superior will punch your breast and your back. If you don't act quickly you would dealt the punishment from your superior, such as one day jogging around the oval and a 100 push-up, and another 200 pumping (right hand holding the left ear and left hand holding the right ear at the same time), then 1hr squat not including the punching and kicking while doing that such punishment.

Survival training and markmanship would also be mastered too, and that would be mandatory training that should be done while you are in the mountainous areas, should be side by side from your buddy always or else both of you would be hit by a live bullet while snipping and crawling on the ground toward the assigned end areas. There are a lot of  scenarious inside and out during the training time that you and your group would only knows,..this is the policy of " what you hear, what you see, when you leave, leave it here" I think that is where the sloggan of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" came from.

I wonder, what would be and how these would be applied if third sex genres shown in the military organization? I don't care about the lesbian since I know they could handle the situation in case there are emergency call or call to arms.,but what about the gays?,..we know gays, sometimes and many times they feel like a weak woman,,.they felt they are a beautiful woman that needs attention from a man,..don't tell me that he only wear the backpack and a catridge belt with a rounds of ammunition inside without firing the gun because they can't afford to kill the enemy because of their behaviour? How about if he was captured by the enemy and be a prisoners of war (POW), could he assured his superior officers not to compromised the game plan of his organization he belongs if the enemy force him to disclosed? Oh men, I am afraid about this,.. Now,..let me know your opinion about this case,...just leave a comment if you want too.

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