Huffington Post reports that gay troops are cautiously optomistic about the repeal of 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' yesterday.
"It's one step in a very long process of becoming an equal rights citizen," said Warren Arbury of Savannah, Ga., who served in the Army for seven years, including three combat tours, before being kicked out two years ago under the policy. He said he planned to re-enlist once the policy is abolished.
"Even though this is really huge, I look at it as a chink in a very, very long chain," he added.
Agreed. But with the U.S. Government, I tend to take what I can get.