Alright, President Obama, the poll is in and the results are good news for America: Most of the military community support gays in the military.
From the Associated Press --"An internal Pentagon study has found that most U.S. troops and their families don't care whether gays are allowed to serve openly and think the policy of "don't ask, don't tell" could be done away with, according to officials familiar with its findings."
The poll was leaked yesterday, Thursday. The Pentagon reportedly declined "to discuss the findings until after Dec. 1 when it rolls out its own plan for repeal."
President Obama is on record against "don't ask, don't tell," said that it "unfairly discriminates against gays." The Pentagon top leadership concurs, Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chief, agree with the President, but want to move slowly, so that -- quote --"military effectiveness doesn't suffer."
How slow is slow, when denying Americans equal right?