During the presidential campaign, candidate George W. Bush announced he was a ""Don't Ask, Don't Tell' man," supporting the controversial policy of how to deal with gays in the military. Bush's assertion was a departure from the traditional Republican stance that gays should be banned outright. And some political observers theorized that a gay soldier just might have a better life in the military under a Bush administration than he ever did with President Clinton in command. Despite the Clinton-engineered compromise to let closeted gays serve, the policy made the victimization of gay soldiers worse than ever. Clinton simply lacked the respect to enforce the full language of the law -- "Don't... More >>>