Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Westerly-point Former Lesbienne Student Disapproves

A lesbiennecadet that of West Point resigned last year has been disapproved for new permission to the academy even as the army to the revoking of be "not question moves, tell not" administration.

Officials at the U.S. Military Academy say they reached the only decision they could, because the repeal of the policy is not in effect yet
Miller left West Point in August, halfway through her stint at the academy, saying she couldn't lie about her sexuality anymore.
Under President Bill Clinton, the military in 1993 adopted it's "don't ask, don't tell" policy as a compromise that let gay men and women serve so long as they stayed silent about their sexuality. Clinton had wanted to repeal the ban entirely, but the military and many in Congress argued that doing so would disrupt order.