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01/14/2011

Someone please buy them a G.I. Joe to fiddle with instead: Rep. Duncan Hunter edition

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course he is:

GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter To Introduce Bill To Blockade DADT Repeal Certification [J.M.G.]
"would require the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps chiefs to submit to the congressional defense committees “written certification that repeal … will not degrade the readiness, effectiveness, cohesion and morale of combat arms units and personnel of the armed force under [each] officer’s jurisdiction engaged in combat, deployed to a combat theater, or preparing for deployment to a combat theater,” according to a copy obtained by The Hill."

If that doesn't work, keep an eye out For Rep. Michelle Bachmann's followup attempt, The Tie Gay Solders' Shoe Laces Together In Hopes That They Trip Act of 2011.

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