CPAC 2010:GAYS IN THE MILITARY and the New LGBT Law

Excerpts in video are from the News Conference at CPAC 2010 sponsored by Center for Military Readiness re : GAYS IN THE MILITARY

“How Would the New LGBT Law for the Military Improve Military Readiness?”

Leaders of several major organizations participated in a news conference on Feb. 18, 2010. They announced their support for the 1993 law regarding homosexuals in the military, which is usually labeled Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

Participants were:

* Elaine Donnelly, President, Center for Military Readiness * Tom Minnery, Vice President, Public Policy, Focus on the Family * Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council * Frank Gaffney, President, Center for Security Policy * David Keene, President, American Conservative Union * Penny Nance, CEO, Concerned Women for America * Matthew Staver, Dean, Liberty University School of Law * Jordan W. Lorence, Senior Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund * Adm. James A. Ace Lyons, USN (Ret.), Flag & General Officers for the Military.

Leaders from other prominent organizations, such as Eagle Forum, Let Freedom Ring, the American Family Association, Traditional Values Coalition, and Tradition, Values & Property (partial list) are lending support to the Military Culture Coalition, an informal network of individuals and organizations who support the 1993 law regarding homosexuals in the military (Section 654, Title 10, U.S.C.).

Slide show has a few pictures and close ups of chart..

Vodpod videos no longer available.

More information on this issue is available on the website of the Center for Military Readiness, www.cmrlink.org.

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