So Don't Ask Don't Tell has been repealed. We can all breath a sigh of relief. I for one, have never felt safer with respect to homeland security, job security, and our national debt. You see, DADT will reduce military cost, which in turn means we can write off our $13 trillion debt in about 5 years, provided we get a CBO report as inaccurate as the Obamacare reports.
I for one say, who cares? I guess I do a little bit, otherwise I wouldn't post on it.
I've always felt, and still do, that DADT was in place for the protection of gay military members. If homophobia is still a perceived problem in the military, then why are we removing the one protection that they had? I predict it's about six days until the first code red is ordered, and Jack Nicholson is on the stand being tricked by a wiley young Tom Cruise into confessing to ordering the code red.
What bothers me is the lack of prioritization that occurs in this administration. Now I wish we had a way to confirm what votes felt the most important issues were in 2008, but I bet none of them were the "successes" touted by the Obama admin: Health Care, DADT, extending unemployment, recovery summer...I'm starting to figure out why the Republicans took over in '10.
Look, I don't really care whether it gets repealed or not. But here's the thing. Next time you go to your job, take a look at the top three things you need to do that week. Assuming your job bears at least some importance, if you don't get those tasks done, you're gonna take some heat. Now let's say it's two years since you've begun your job, and you STILL haven't done those three things. You probably just weren't notified that you got canned 1.5 years before (they just haven't fixed the glitch).
If only accountability existed in the public sector...