Yesterday the United States Senate voted to void the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell law. The House did it earlier in the week and now it heads to the desk of the President for signing. Once the law is implemented the young men and women who put their lives on the line daily for my right to blog and your right not to read my blog will no longer have to hide their true nature.
I want to thank Senator Specter and Senator Casey for voting yes.
Which brings up the question.
Should we be thanking people for doing the right thing?
Or, should we just expect them to?
Either way the law was changed yesterday by the people’s representatives and not the courts, which is the way it should be.
Can I please get married?