Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush says he supports the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy for homosexual servicemen and women. He says it’s also make it clear that the mission of the military is to fight and win war, and to be able to deter war.President Clinton recently said the policy wasn’t working well, and homosexuals have been exposed to harassment. Yesterday, Vice President Al Gore — the democrat’s leading presidential hopeful — said he’d push to allow homosexuals to openly serve in the military. The republican frontrunner won’t go that far. He says the president has to send a clear signal that abuse in the military won’t be tolerated.Bush says he’ll have no problem enforcing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy should he be the next commander in chief.
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