The Sky isn't falling DADT and GOP Health care takers

No gays have been discharged since October 21st and all is well, and a newly elected GOP congressman asks for government paid health care.  The US Military manages to keep things afloat what with all those queers prancing about, how much longer do we need DADT?  And if we have Republican congressmen demanding their government paid health care now, would they want anything less for the people that they represent?

The republicans campaigned against "Washington elites", now that they are one, maybe they can rethink health care. Andy Harris according to how Politico reported it:
"'He stood up and asked the two ladies who were answering questions why it had to take so long, what he would do without 28 days of health care,'" said a congressional staffer who saw the exchange…'Harris then asked if he could purchase insurance from the government to cover the gap,' added the aide, who was struck by the similarity to Harris' request and the public option he denounced as a gateway to socialized medicine.”
Back to the world hasn't ended yet do to all those gays in the military, it has been over a month now and not one single gay or lesbian has been discharged.  The sky isn't falling, maybe, just maybe the brass will see it can be okay in the US just as it is in Israel, Canada, Germany, Australia, Great Britain, France and many other countries around the world.  See Washington Post here.

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