Six U.S. military chained fences of the White House on Tuesday afternoon to protest politics Don t Ask, Don t tell (don’t ask, don’t tell). Participants, who were fired from the fence were arrested around 1 p.m., included Lt. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Dan Choi (pictured) and Captain Jim Pietrangelo, who were arrested in a similar action last month. The LGTB Get Equal organization published on its website information about the action taken by the arrested military hopes grew when President Obama promised in State of the Union address to end the Don t Ask, Don t Tell (DADT) policy that discriminates against gays and lesbians in the U.S. Jonathan Friedland often expresses his thoughts on the topic. military service. But his words mean nothing without action.
And they have an opportunity to take action now. The draft Defense Authorization Act (DAB), provides funding for all military operations, and soon proceed to renewal. The President Obama knows that the DAB offers a way of immediately repealing DADT. And he knows that such a policy of quick and decisive can be repealed and is what he has to do for the LGBT community and all members of the service of the armed forces. However, recent reports suggest that the Administration is trying to delay any change in the law until December or even later. Posted by Pegui Lu Autor original and source of the article