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December 17th, 2010
05:06 PM ET

Tonight on JKUSA...

Sen. Joe Lieberman tells CNN's John King that a repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" is a matter of civil rights. Be sure to tune in TONIGHT at 7pm EST for the full interview!

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  1. Jamie

    The army has allowed several military members the opportunity to vote and share their views, and for this reason this policy has been held today. In truth our Military was based, founded on our country's beliefs and values when the USA first formed. If its a matter of personal values than don't join. The military separated women from men for safety purposes, if gays are allowed then men and woman should be allowed to shower and sleep in the same areas while deployed, bathrooms on posts should not be segregated. what in the world is the problem?! Since when did our country become so concerned for every llttle belief, and hurt feelings that we have managed to hide GOD from our children in school, courts, pledge of allegiance no longer observed.. something else our country was founded upon. If u are gay and should choose to serve than accept the sacrifice of your sexuality, as I accept the years I miss from my family, 4 year old son, and other simple freedoms. Swallow it! Oh and this is typed on an IPhone and I am a US soldier. I don't have a problem with your life styles I have a problem with your crying!! SPC Clark

    December 17, 2010 at 7:48 pm |
  2. Jamie

    Sorry here is the right email. SPC Clark

    December 17, 2010 at 7:50 pm |
  3. Cindy

    If gays and lesbians can't serve in the Military then men and women that are gay/lesbian should not be allowed to hold any public office! The Military are government employees, as are our public officials. These HUMAN BEINGS (military) scarfice there lives for us regardless of their sexual perferance! Thank you all service persons!

    December 17, 2010 at 8:27 pm |