1. Jake says

    Stampp, nice about-face after having loudly proclaimed fracture within the gay community to gay foes, and specifically undercutting Michelangelo, a leading voice for our cause.

  2. says

    It’s shocking to hear Corbin so recently rattle off all of the disingenuous talking points cooked up by Obama Inc’s Excuse Making Machine…”Obama can’t OVERTURN DADT” [Savage never said he could.] ….”Clinton moved too fast” [Truth: he moved too slow.]…”He might not have the power to stop discharges.” [Savage is right, he does.]….”You must be patient.” [Tell that to Dan Choi and Sandy Tsao and Victor Fehrenbach and the 250+ others who’ve been discharged since Commander-in-Chief Obama took his oath; to those who’ll be discharged TODAY and the next day and the next day and….].

    But now that he’s finally gotten over his ambivalence that preceded the Prozac comment…..”When I wake up each morning, I feel a bit schizophrenic, ‘I love Obama, I hate Obama, I am ambivalent about Obama’. It’s maddening’.”….we must applaud his extraordinary courage in so fiercely and publicly criticizing his friend since college [“You really are talking out of both sides of your mouth and my community knows it.”], the husband of a woman he’s been friends with since grade school, and imagine he will similarly see the light about the President and DADT.

    The flames of the inferno that erupted after the DOJ’s DOMA brief have obscured people’s memories that just four days before that the DOJ defended DADT in another legal brief using the same homophobic arguments that were used by Sam Nunn and his henchmen to pass DADT in the first place.

    Mr. President, it’s time to stop discharges immediately. It’s time to tell Congress that if Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is not wrong, nothing is wrong.


    JULY 6, 1943 – JUNE 22, 1988
    “When I was in the military they gave me a medal for killing two men and a discharge for loving one.”

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