Meh, I think people are getting too wound up about this. The most important and condemning aspect of the judge's ruling was that DADT harms military readiness. It is a policy that does the opposite of what it is suppose to do, and the evidence to support that argument is pretty damning. Anyone who wants to continue this policy is going to have to argue why they want to harm military readiness in order to continue it.
Oh no, to the contrary, I said that it doesn't take 12 years to learn certain things. One being fraternization, which is taught in BASIC TRAINING
As per the rest of your post, Im not even going to dignify it with a response, its just your attempts to belittle someone because they weren't artillery or whatever the **** you were.