Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Seriously, what were they thinking? They fired him for being gay, so when they brought him back, was it because they really needed him, or because they lost track of why they fired him in the first place? Well, it's not like our military situation has improved at all, so his skills as a translator aren't any less needed now. So we have to assume that they simply lost track of why they fired him in the first place. Does that mean that if they fired someone for committing a violent crime against a fellow servicemember, they'd lose track of that, too?