Former Vice President Dick Cheney came out in favor of repealing “Don’t ask, don’t tell,” (DADT) today.
Cheney said that the support of military leaders had convinced him that it was time for a change.
“Twenty years ago the military were strong advocates of ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell.’ I think things have change significantly since then,” Cheney said on ABC’s “This Week.”
“I think that society has moved on. It’s partly a generational question,” he continued. “When the [Joint] Chiefs come forward and say ‘we think we can do it,’ is strikes me that it’s time to reconsider the policy.”