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This week’s refusal by the U. S. Senate to repeal the controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, which prohibits gays from openly serving in the military, was just one more example of the partisan bickering that has paralyzed the lawmaking process in this country. Republicans and Democrats couldn’t come to an agreement on procedure, and the loser was again the American people. Top military officials, including the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, favor rescinding the policy, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid insisted on attaching a number of other proposals that had nothing to do with the matter, and Republicans balked.

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