Why Did The Air Force Academy Cancel OutServe’s Campus Dinner? The Gays, Of Course

The Air Force Academy’s alumni group in Washington D.C. canceled a Nov. 12 dinner scheduled by OutServe, which had signed a contract and put down a deposit to hold the event, because the event’s mission — to honor gay and lesbian servicemembers who survived successful military careers and are no longer serving — ran contrary to that Don’t Ask Don’t Tell law. OutServe, which was to put on the event with the gay alumni group Blue Alliance, calls the academy’s move “blatant discrimination.” We call it “obvious.”

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    If the Gays completed their full enlistment contract they were in compliance of the policy, no matter how wrong DADT is. So the carload of crap about DADT is absolutley a moot point. More like we hate Gays we need a bullshit smokescreen to cower and hide behind…………..

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