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  1. shanesoho says

    he’s a smart, smart guy…this is the next chapter. he’ll get a boise/olson lawyer team together, and another great decision is forthcoming!!

  2. Steve says

    It’s a shame seeing this smart, courageous man have to discuss something that is clearly so beneath his dignity. I wish everyone in favor of DADT were being made aware that Colonel Fehrenbach’s training cost $25 million. It’s a shame that only on blogs or networks that are preaching to the choir to they really get at how high the cost – financial and otherwise – is of this stupid, bigoted policy.

  3. Steve says

    On her Wednesday night show Rachael Maddow ran the stories of four DADT personal tragedies. She also basically awarded Obama a “no balls” award.

    She did. She really did. In almost those words.

    A don’t miss show.

  4. Paul R says

    What’s very clear in this case is that the civilian who brought this up is a complete dickhead and the colonel’s rights were abused by not knowing the Air Force was viewing his discussion with Idaho law enforcement (though, of course, as a member of the military you give up lots of rights that civilians enjoy).

  5. says

    Don’t we live in a wonderful country !!and such a great President …. all such bullshit. Where is Obama’s promises to us ???? He turned out to be just ANOTHER politician .. willing to say ANYTHING to get into office , once in …. nothing… nothing at all ..Oh joy we are asked to roll eggs at the white house lawn !!! Obama has no balls or honor in his word

  6. Sasha says

    WTF is wrong with America now a days? Sayin Don’t Ask Don’t Tell when the 1st amendment states we have freedom of speech. What a shame this world has become

  7. says

    Sir, I hope with every fiber of my being that you get to continue to serve our Country. I want to thank you for the years of service and dedication you have given to all of us, including the ones trying to take your career away from you. You sir make me proud to be an American.

  8. Donna S says

    So they wait 19 years before deciding he isn’t worthy to be part of the military? One year away from retirement eligibility?
    That is bogus. Go after them big time. This is senseless.

  9. TANK says

    If this isn’t repealed post haste (before the next election cycle, or stopping the enforcement of the policy until it is repealed), the military admin is a joke. And as a joke, I suggest that we get something out of other than just laughs…those uniforms, for example, are empty ad space. I want soldiers wearing chiptole, valvoline, hellman’s, wendy’s, samsung, philips, and sony! If we’re petty and unethical enough to disrespect the men and women who serve this country voluntarily by denying them the right to do so based on groundless bigotry, then surely we are morally bankrupt enough to use soldiers as ad space.

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