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08/25/2010

Video: Justice delayed vs. justice (D-NY)ed

by Jeremy Hooper

Former Westchester, NY, Congressman Joe DioGuardi, onetime U.S. Treasury Department official David Malpass and attorney Bruce Blakeman are all looking to unseat Democratic U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. On military fairness it's a choice between a rock star and a trio that croons the far-right's greatest hits:


NY1 Online: GOP Senate Debate 8/24/10 [NY1]

We've waited and seen enough. And the current repeal plan already is a "wait and see" approach.

The real question: When will candidates like these three drop the convenient cover and instead look fired gay soldiers in the eyes and tell them why, exactly, they deserved to be betrayed by their country and its promises?

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