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12/09/2010

Where once there was an obstacle, now there's Nunn:

by Jeremy Hooper

1993:

2010:

WASHINGTON (AP) — Seventeen years after leading the fight in Congress against gays in the military, former Democratic senator Sam Nunn says he thinks gays could serve openly without damaging the armed forces' ability to fight.
Ex-senator reverses opposition to gays in military [USA Today]

2027:

We've all grown up enough to focus on actual issues?

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