- Jun 23, 2009
- Reaction score
- Bagdad, La.
- Political Leaning
- Very Conservative
There is no measurement that has 99% of any branch in agreement on the issue.
Overwhelmingly, those with experience serving with someone they know to be gay found that it did not cause a problem. You're big on experience, right? This includes front-line combat units.
You're not stupid, but you're a smaller minority than you think and if you'd served with someone you know to be gay there's a statistically high chance that you would have found it to be no big deal.
But hey, good job on keeping the whole persecution complex going.
99% of the ground unit vets on this forum tell the same story. Most soldiers and marines, that serve in combat arms units say the same thing we are saying. The Commandant of The Marine Corps and the Army Chief of Staff says what we're saying.
I guess you know more about it than we do? We know you're right, but we're just a buncha homophobes? Am I close?
I'm sorry, but civilian polls and annecdotes are evidence enough to trump what the people who have been there and done that are saying.