I was written up one time for not persuing an AWOL soldier. My feelings were that his presence was nothing more than a waste time and tracking him down was even bigger waste of time.
So basically you are saying the relationship between men and women is the exact same as the relationship between heterosexual men and homosexual men? Fascinating. You are very insightful.
I don't give a **** about social experiments or political correctness. As I have said before in this thread, my issue with this policy is purely that of national security. When you dismiss 300 Arab translators just because they are gay during a time of war when such translators are in short supply, then you are certain to miss vital intelligence. That is intelligence that could prevent needless deaths. Now maybe in your distorted world view, you could justify people dying for this policy, but I can't.What I love even more, is listening to people who think that political correctness and social experiments are more important than a functional military that is able to defend our nation, with as little combat loss as possible.
You're not including the human factor in your personal analysis of the broader picture.