Why does Petraeus think DOD’s DADT study is about whether to follow the Commander in Chief’s orders?

Color me confused, but I was pretty sure that the Defense Department’s study about Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was looking at “implementation,” and not whether DOD should obey their Commander in Chiefs orders. Funny times we live in. Maybe we can poll every soldier in Iraq and Afghanistan about individual troop movements too. You know, to ensure morale and cohesion.

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