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As part of its review of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ the US military is conducting a survey of members of the Armed Services, apparently trying to collect various information, including just how many members of the military are gay (Question: “Are you gay? Do you want to be?”) and how many really, really don’t like gays.
The survey has reportedly already been sent out to 400,000 service members. And we’ve been trying to find out details on just what’s being asked. But the Pentagon isn’t talking and we’ve not been able to find anyone who’s actually seen it. If you have seen it or can shed any light on what’s in the survey, please drop us a line.
Josh Marshall is editor and publisher of TalkingPointsMemo.com.