Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Pass The
U.S. Senate mismanaged to punt the debate. I'm aware of and abhor the great harm and injustice this policy and its predecessors bring about.
Personally and in my own experience of the American character -- current and past -- I think we've shown ourselves
to prefer Don't Ask, Don't Tell in most everything. On its own, that's a bad thing. But there's already an implied third element
to DADT: Don't Ask, Don't Tell, but if we do or you do we're really going to reveal how stupid we are.
With an alternative, explicit added clause, we'd
have a winner.
addition would be Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Doesn't Matter.
However, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Hand Over The Chips, works just as well.
I kind of like Don't Ask, Don't Tell,
What's That Smell.