October 12, 2010

So now what?

Via Ace we see that a judge has ruled Don't Ask Don't Tell unconstitutional.

Ignoring the breathtaking judicial overreach and how this could also harden opposition as we only seem to get democracy when Teh Peepul make the right choices...

That means they go back to the system before that, right? The one where, if they find out you're gay, they kick you out.
If so, the only difference appears that now they can ask so if you lie and they find out, you're in trouble for being gay and lying.

Where am I wrong?
Did this judge wave a wand and change the policies of the US military so it's, ipso facto and presto chango, okay to be gay in the military?

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