As if The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.Survey Wasn’t Insulting Enough. Now Army Personal Can Leave Opinions Via A Special Online Inbox

Since the Pentagon has had such a lackluster response, with only 20 – 25 percent of military personal and thier spouses returning their horribly skewed, homophobic and insulting D.A.D.T Repeal Opinion surveys.   The ARMY has now launched a ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ online inbox available worldwide for Soldiers worldwide to share comments and opinions. (And to bitch!)

The inbox is accessible via the Army Knowledge Online homepage. The intent of the inbox is to help the Army assess and consider the impacts, if any, a change in ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ law would have on operations, readiness, effectiveness, unit cohesion, recruiting and retention, and family readiness  (Because we all know Homo’s in the ARMY will just FUCK with the family)

The Army Chief of Staff wants all Soldiers to have the opportunity to share comments and opinions. What is learned from inbox comments will be shared with the DoD Comprehensive Review.  And will keep prolonging this and adding new ways to try to get as many negative comments as it can obviously/.

This is such a crock of shit, especially since its a well known fact that people will take the time to criticize and send feedback to complain before they will do so to praise. (Just look at restaurant comment cards.)

I wonder who gets the next survey?  The dogs in The Army K9 Unit?

You can try logging on to the ARMY inbox here, but unless you’ve got an Army Knowledge Online login you’ll probably be denied  (But that doesn’t mean you can’t go look for one….if you were so inclines that is.)

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