CNN's Anderson Cooper hosted a great debate "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" last night, featuring discharged former Lt. Dan Choi and gay-obsessed Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness.
Donnelly makes a rather bizarre claim—"The law says that homosexuals are not eligible to serve in the military"—and moves on to the usual talking points about about showers, sleeping quarters and "forced intimacy."
Choi responds: "Well, I think the harm is you really hurt the soldiers that are having to get deployed now without effective, capable soldiers. It's a matter of capabilities. Now I'm an Arabic linguist. And when I get kicked out, it's not that I'm the victim. It's the soldiers in my unit that aren't able to communicate. So the question is to you, Elaine, I have to ask you, (SPEAKING ARABIC) If you can't answer that question, that's not a problem. If the soldiers can't answer that, it's very devastating."
And why is this woman who has never worn the uniform debating a West Point graduate on military readiness ... ?
Watch the clip, AFTER THE JUMP ...