Does DADT Even Make Sense? (via The Soldier-Citizen-Sapien Project)

by Justin

This is the third and final part of my argument against DADT at the Soldier-Citizen-Sapien Project.

It is probably the most important part of the argument. It confronts DADT supporters, using their own justifications to show the fallacy of their position.

If you read no other part of the argument, read this one. It’s a good one.

Full text after the jump.

[The following is the final part of a three-part series of arguments against the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy. For an introduction about why I am attempting a consolidated rejection of DADT, read this post. For Part 1, click: “The Moral Poverty of DADT.” For Part 2, click “The Unlawfulness of DADT.” For a complete list of posts about DADT here at The Soldier-Citizen-Sapien Project, click here.] In Part 1 of this series of … Read More

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