Harris Miller on Homeland Security
WEBB: I support the don't ask, don't tell rule. I think that the military is a different environment. It's one where we've always had gays in the military, we always will.
Q: So you should keep your orientation to yourself if it is homosexual?
WEBB: At this point, yes. I just think it's a practicality issue.
Q: Mr. Miller, should we keep don't ask, don't tell?
MILLER: No, it needs to be modified. It is costing us $200 million or more a year, it's costing us the ability to recruit and retain very capable people. We need to come up with a more practical way.
Q: Do you think people should be able to be openly gay in the military?
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