Surfing around, I came across this particularly amusing article about the recent hearing held by the the House Armed Services personnel subcommittee on the topic of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy that prevents gays from openly serving in the military.
Now, I'm from Seattle, so the very idea that gays serving in the military could be problematic enough to prevent them from doing so is completely foreign to me. That being said, I'm aware that there's a supply of ex-soldiers and military wives here at D'D who may have some insight that I've yet to consider.
So? What say you? Is there reason to keep gays from openly serving in the military?