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01/28/2010

Poll: If only reading 'WaPo' was a congressional requirement

by Jeremy Hooper

An encouraging Washington Post poll:

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Don't ask, don't tell: Is Obama right to call for repeal? [WaPo]

It's totally unscientific and there's a relatively small sample size. But it's still nice to see any gay rights matter coming down in our favor in any poll at an 83-17 clip. We were beginning to think that even a debate on the spelling of "gay" would make at least 20% of the population be all like, "hmmm..not so sure about that 'a'." So yea: way to give us hope, 2400+ WaPo readers!

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It's "ghey", isn't it?

Posted by: Dan T. | Jan 28, 2010 9:52:08 AM

ha!

Posted by: G-A-Y | Jan 28, 2010 10:05:46 AM

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