Thank goodness for the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy in the military. To think that for a very long time, it was thought that gays were a threat to security of our forces until it was proven wrong. Look who’s on the news these days! They are not gay military personnel. They are up and straight, high-ranking individuals who could have compromised national security because of their infidelities.
I’m not saying that gays won’t do the same thing or that they are immune from scandals but to pinpoint gays in the military would be a threat to security was proven wrong once again. That is why we cried for equality. Both gay and straight military personnel can serve together. This scandal could happen to anyone, be it straight or gay.
The plot continues to thicken on this cheating scandal. We have Gen. David Petraeus, who has already admitted to an affair with biographer Paula Broadwell, but now – there are news about Gen. John Allen and Jill Kelley about emailing each other and has been likened to “phone sex” in written format.
We’re not really sure what those emails contain just yet but I’m sure it will come out in the next few days.
So, what should we do about this scandal? Jon Stewart has suggested a solution: