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05/31/2011

Before DADT repeal, more panels; But comic, not Congress

by Jeremy Hooper

The AP's running a nice piece about openly gay Archie comics character Kevin Keller, and specifically the Riverdale student's plans to follow his father's combat boot steps into the U.S. Army:

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"Even though we don't tackle the specific issue of Don't Ask Don' Tell, the goal was to show that patriotism knows no specific gender, race or sexual orientation,"

In Archie's Kevin Keller, a focus on Army life [AP via Yahoo!]

Because Baby Boomer conservatives can't roll their eyes at Doonesbury forever.

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