A 1993 law barred gays from serving in the military. President Clinton's "don't ask, don't tell" policy upheld the ban but promised to look the other way if the homosexuality were kept secret. Still, hundreds of gays have been discharged just since President Obama took office. Should the law be thrown out as well? If not, why should it stay on the books? Post your thoughts.
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