March 16th, 2009
04:47 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 3/13/09

Editor's Note: After Friday night’s AC360°, the majority of comments were about the military’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Viewers feel that the ruling needs to be changed. On the recession segment, one viewer states that auto parts stores are also making money as people are repairing their vehicles more instead of buying new ones.

About gays in the military! I think if an anonymous poll was done with all military personnel only and if the military personnel whom the gays would be serving with say it is ok and that there would be no problems if the gays came out and were in the open and they could all work together then they should let the gays serve open in the military! If the military personnel members poll say no stick to don't ask don't tell then they should stick to that!

We need every able bodied person to contribute whatever they can. Why discount such a large group of people who contribute to charity, teach, and otherwise are law abiding citizens. Let them join the military. They contribute in every other way in this society of ours.

I was listening to your show tonight on my way home from work and you did a segment about who is making money during our recession. I've notice that no one is talking about the auto part industry. I work for Autozone and our numbers have been climbing for the past year. True we have had our ups and downs but what people don't realize is that industry thrives during times like these because people are repairing their vehicles rather than buying new ones. Just thought you guys should now.

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