The government is debating whether or not to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell, the U.S. military's 17-year-old policy prohibiting openly gay and lesbian servicemen and women from serving in the military. Some say that the military would benefit from the repeal. But others like Gen. James Amos, President Obama's nominee to become commandant of the Marine Corps, said changing the law would "weaken morale," according to a story on NPR News. What do you think? Should Don't Ask, Don't Tell be repealed? In the long run, will changing the law benefit gays and lesbians already serving in the military?
A person's sexual orientation is a matter between themselves and God. It is not up to us to decide whether one person's lifestyle is right or another's is wrong.
Jesus said: "Judge not lest you be judged." If we follow this rule there would be a lot fewer problems in social interaction. We would accept one another and not try to change one another. We would, in a word, love one another.