Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, what’s next for the controversial military policy?
It's been a hot topic for months and now it's being taken up on Capital Hill. The military's policy Don't Ask, Don't Tell has been a very controversial issue amongst Americans and Thursday morning the house, lead by San Diego area Congresswomen Susan Davis, approved the bill to rid the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy. The bill now moves on to the Senate.
Even former President Jimmy Carter is weighing in on this issue expressing his feelings that America is just about ready for a gay President. In a recent interview Carter said the U.S. Has taken huge steps in dealing with the issue of homosexuality, the former President compared it to the race struggle during the late 70s early 80s.
Attorney and former navy submariner Daniel Gilleon was on Good Morning San Diego talking with Dan Plante about this controversial policy.