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09/13/2010

DADT: Always ridiculous, suddenly ubiquitous

by Jeremy Hooper

Gaga's stumping on the carpet and on "Ellen." Discharged soldiers are taking it to court. Across the nation, pro-equality peeps are on the phone with their Senators, demanding some early autumn action. And we're pretty sure we just a saw a little boy staging a street corner production of Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story with his G.I. Joe action figures.

In short: The discriminatory policy might be all about not asking and telling, but the noise surrounding DADT repeal today is absolutely deafening. Here now another puzzle piece from HRC, in the form of an ad that ran in today's edition of Politico:


HRC Places Full Page DADT Repeal Ad in Politico [HRC]

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