Repeal ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

On Monday, the Associated Press reported that 104 retired generals and admirals have called for the repeal of âÄúdonâÄôt ask, donâÄôt tell.âÄù These seasoned commanders know what theyâÄôre talking about and understand the policy is discriminatory, inconsistent with military readiness and at odds with creating a more competitive and effective fighting force. ItâÄôs time for a national movement to pass the Military Readiness Enhancement Act, legislation that would repeal âÄúdonâÄôt ask, donâÄôt tellâÄù and replace it with a nondiscrimination law. David Whitcomb University lecturer