I think if a person gay or straight is in the armed forces protecting our country they should have the same rights as those they are protecting, their sexual preference has got nothing to do with their ability to be trained to preform a job or duty, which is why ppl are protesting as we speak, we call ourselves the home of the free, but are we really? yes, we can be free if we agree with every law thats wrote, it goes back to prop 8, i just don't understand why it bothers so many ppl to vote against it, does it threaten your own marriage or what?
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Frogdawg:The military is a job and like any other job you preform------ From that, I assume you haven't been in the military? " Junior EMs are usually billeted in roughly 300 square foot, four-man rooms; junior NCOs get similar sized two-man rooms. They all share common latrine and shower facilities."
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