The only real point to this tack is I'm trying to show that there is quite a bit that the average civilian doesn't take into account when they talk about repealing DADT. Most of us in the military could care less if someone is gay, but we don't necessarily want to share a rooms with them.
We all know that being homosexual doesn't affect how well someone does a job, but there are other effects the average civilian isn't taking into account. Hopefully, when the budget's go up because we have to build new barracks, you won't fight that. The only real way to deal with the situation is to make sure everyone, straight or gay, has their own room. That means a lot more room are required.