Don't ask, don't tell?
Then don't pay for it, said Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
The senator plans to introduce a budget amendment to stop funding for enforcement of the military's policy on gays, she said Saturday night at a gala dinner of the Human Rights Campaign.
Gillibrand called the policy, which prohibits gay members of the military from disclosing their sexual orientation, "a threat to the men and women in our armed services" as well as "a threat to our national security."
She said it has led to the departure of servicemen and women with specialized skills such as foreign-language translation.
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