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03/24/2009

A Kerry in this White House

by Jeremy Hooper

In this administration, the gay press gets a pretty good seat:

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The Advocate's Kerry Eleveld at Obama's 3/24 presser

Nice! Go Kerry! The DC move seems to have been a good one.

We didn't see any shirtless men with rock hard abs, so we're assuming that their cousins at Out sat this one out. But maybe once the economic crisis is replaced with a national debate over whether or not one can wear mandals to a mid-priced urban restaurant, then we'll see them in place as well.

**UPDATE: Kerry files a report from the presser: Obama Prioritizes Health Care Reform [Advocate]

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