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House Passes DADT Repeal

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Posted on Dec 15, 2010
U.S. Army / Mike Strasser

The push to repeal “don’t ask, don’t tell” has met with mixed reactions in Congress in recent weeks, but on Wednesday the House of Representatives made a decisive move to promote the cause by passing another measure designed to cancel out the controversial policy. The next formidable frontier, however, is the Senate.  —KA

Los Angeles Times:

The House vote on the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy—essentially a repeat of a similar vote in May—puts fresh pressure on the Senate leaders to prioritize the repeal as they struggle to schedule votes on a handful of last-chance priorities for Democrats.

The final tally was 250 to 175, mostly along party lines.

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By Peter Knopfler, December 21, 2010 at 10:11 pm Link to this comment

That could be good Manning is Gay and maybe Gays more
apt to do what Manning has done, it is so bad that Arab
TV says Assange and Manning were lovers, Ha I couldn´t
believe it either, considering the possible rape
charges in Sweden, it´s a condom problem, manufacturing
recall all their condoms hope its not toyota condoms,
step on gas and no stopping. Well an erection in a Fox
whole always comes up the rear.

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By Chris Taus, December 16, 2010 at 10:59 pm Link to this comment
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I personally have heard troops commenting on fragging
if the distractions endanger them, and i am loathe to
see the day when the military is beset with murders,
deaths and the constant distraction of ‘civil rights’
prosecutions.

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