Is this the end of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”?
Dan Choi is headed to the times square recruiting station:
The Government is appealing the decision in Log Cabin Republicans v. United States yet Judge Virginia Phillips’ injuction barring the enforcement of DADT still stands. A tentative ruling has been issued by Judge Phillips denying the governments request for a stay on the injunction pending the appeal. For the moment Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is dead.
This afternoon, a pentagon spokesperson indicated that recruitment stations will begin processing the applications of openly gay and lesbian recruits. This is on the tails of a story from last week, via GetEqual, involving Omar Lopez, who showed up at a recruitment center on the day the injunction was issued. Check out his video:
Now is the time. It’s almost over.
UPDATE: Yesterday, Dan Choi re-enlisted in the armed services. After two hours and after discovering he is apparently too old to join the Marines, Dan joined the Army!