As a state, there is a great value in remaining united and maintaining the image so that everyone would feel comfortable as a citizen. The need to address the issue on the military gay policy is quite paramount as it has met variant reactions and perceptions from the public, activists, organizations, senates, military family members and military themselves in the United States. This law, which deprives gay military official of open service while in their official attires, is quite discriminative and wayward and it has been a contentious issue under varied investigations and research aimed at making an informed decision on it by the congress.
Therefore this article would evidently support the removal of this policy from military department basing the arguments from archived media information on past findings by other research and investigative bodies on the views of the public in general.
Still fresh in mind is the survey carried on military unit as well as married couples. This thorough research of its own kind, according to anonymous military officials who had a hint about its content, shows that most of the military service men would support the idea of open service in ranks despite of being a gay (Maze, 2010). Therefore if this change applies to military then it would be ethical enough to provide that policy which would bring them comfort in the process of discharging their duties. Any idea of demoralizing the military unit should not be of any concern since the procedures laid down by this task force are friendly and amicable in ensuring that no one is hurt in trying to achieve the goal (Maze, 2010).
This report further revealed that there is high level of discrimination against the lesbians, gay, bisexuals and the trans-gender people associated with armed services. Seeing it from a human perspective, it is quite baseless and unethical to deny one his freedom on feelings and yet these feelings do not affect the level or quality of the service he provides. According to Dennis (2010), further promising indications of the ban on this bill is looming as can be seen in president Obama, secretary Gates and the senate sentiments. It would therefore be wise to change this "don't ask don't do" policy since it not only gain support from the military and the public but also from state officials. Lavin, says that the amendment of defense Act would not only benefit the militants and their house hold members but also the state security (Dennis, 2010). So if Lavin would fully support these facts then this Act needs alterations since the beneficiaries would be virtually every one. For instance if state security is improved due abolishment of this policy then the opponents too would afford a smile on their personal security since they belong to a secured state.
One may wonder whether the implementation of the new policy, if passed by the congress committee, would succeed. According to Dennis (2010), the position here is very clear as could be seen in CNN news. This channel on November 21st, according to revealed how the CJCOS. Mike Mullen, confirmed his positive views on the matter Dennis (2010). Mullen further said that the recently posted marine commandant, in spite of his opposition, reassured them that he would be ready to implement the new policy as would be passed by the congress committee. Therefore if no worries can arise in implementing these new changes by the military top officials then it would be a big blame on the oversight committee clinging on thwarting forces on their reforms. It is quite interesting that the implementation, according to Amos, would be beyond the majority best expectations and this can really show how flexible the military officials are to this matter hence let this ban on gay policy succeed to bring the actual liberation needed in a human life (Dennis, 2010). On the other hand, it would be quite unfair if the efforts by various campaigns, organizations and representatives, advocating for the policy change, not honored. This is because they have been spending many funds only to see that the gay militants are liberated from the discriminating policy. So let the bill be passed so as to exercise the equality needed.
Similarly, the statistical number according to earlier reports shows that approximate of 16,000 and 0.6 million of veterans and Americans have reached a consensus that the policy need to be abolished (Dennis, 2010). If this is the case then it implies that the majority of the concerned people are on the ‘yes ‘ side thus there is no need to dishonor the majority rule in this case; let the gay policy be changed. Critical reasoning, as reported to Bay Times by CCC.Rick supported by 75% of Americans and large number of veterans that military failed policies need to be dropped (Dennis, 2010). This is because it would bring moral support to them thus ensuring improved trusted services and achievement of their long awaited values. In Rick's report, he further said that it would be reasonable enough to finish the issue of gay bill before the end of 2010 congress (Dennis, 2010). This would save on time and money unlike when it is reinitiated comes next year.