March 6, 2010


Retired General Merrill McPeak, a former Air Force chief of staff and a prominent Obama backer in the 2008 campaign, has weighed in with a New York Times op-ed against ending the current “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. I can’t say I find his arguments terribly persuasive.

I can’t think of when I’ve ever found McPeak’s arguments especially persuasive. Certainly not this time.

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