The Defense Department said Tuesday that it is accepting openly gay recruits, but is warning applicants they might not be allowed to stick around for long.
I know DADT is a huge controversy right now, but how exactly does this work? What in the recruiting office today is different than it was last week? Do the applications have a little check box labeled “Gay?” now? Or do men come swishing into the recruiter’s office in tights and high heels and sign up as some sort of political statement?
According to the reports I’ve read and watched, nothing has changed unless the recruit states he or she is gay. At that point, they’re saying “Okay, I just want to warn you that the status of DADT may change in the near future, which could jeopardize your status in the services.”
I’m just dicking around with you man. I prick my ears to certian uncomfortability in your post. If I can be frank–and I hope I’m not sounding too cock-sure here–nothing could be more wiener from my mind.
Okay, I really have no idea why I just said wiener. I meant sausage!