If Congress repeals the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rule that prevents openly gay people from serving in the military, where will they bunk? The commander of the Marines says they’ll get their own room.
“In this case, I would want to reserve the right of a Marine that thinks he or she wouldn’t want to [share a room with a homosexual]. And again that’s the overwhelming … number of people that say that they wouldn’t like to do so.” Gen. James Conway told Military.com.
It was one of the day’s stories on today’s Fresh Eye on the Radio with The Current’s Mary Lucia:
Meanwhile, a poll on the military.com Web site shows 73% of those responding agree with Conway. You can listen to the interview with Conway here.