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Watch Rachel Maddow on McCain's DADT Hypocrisy and the Vote

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Lots of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" coverage from Rachel Maddow last night, including a segment on the Republican filibuster and John McCain's hypocrisy, a report on process from NBC Senate producer Ken Strickland, and discussion of yesterday's Maine rally with Major Mike Almy.

Watch three segments, AFTER THE JUMP...

On the planned Republican filibuster and Senator John McCain's hypocrisy:

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NBC Senate producer Ken Strickland:

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Major Mike Almy:

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  1. Olympia Snowe will end up very much liking getting fucked by Mitch McConnell and voting against cloture than supporting principles.

    Posted by: Philo | Sep 21, 2010 7:19:09 AM


  2. Let's objectively point out that Rachel Maddow shows some prejudice in implying that John McCain contradicted himself in respect of supporting, or not, repeal of DADT. In the clip she plays, McCain talks about having "serious discussion" about the issue. It is the "serious discussion" on which he contradicted himself, not on repeal of DADT specifically. In the clip she showed, McCain said nothing about supporting the repeal of DADT, but only about having "serious discussion" of the issue, which he now opposes.

    Posted by: Chuck Mielke | Sep 21, 2010 8:03:12 AM


  3. McCain used to say that he would vote for repeal if the Pentagon wants it. Then Robert Gates and Mike Mullen went public in favor for repeal and now McCain is against it. That's the hypocrisy.

    Posted by: Steve | Sep 21, 2010 8:38:48 AM


  4. Chuck, what's the argument? Because it's still a huge contradiction!

    Posted by: Bobo | Sep 21, 2010 8:50:54 AM


  5. Why isn't Rachel Maddow criticizing Obama? It was Obama who promised to repeal DADT. It's Obama who's President. The President has a lot of power. Why hasn't he exercised it in relation to repealing DADT?

    Obama promised to be a "fierce advocate" for our rights but it's turned out that he's a dud. A liar and a dud. Rachel might be right to criticize McCain but she also needs to criticize Obama for failing us.

    Posted by: jason | Sep 21, 2010 9:09:28 AM


  6. American leaders are playing politics with human rights, this is shameful. The world is watching today, and we're a little sickened by it.

    Posted by: Tone | Sep 21, 2010 9:19:18 AM


  7. Well Jason, if you watch Maddow's show, she does quite a bit of criticism on Obama's lack of arm twisting for repeal, but this segment is about McCain's filibuster, and Obama does not have the power to break a filibuster.

    Please consult your constitution.

    Posted by: Dan | Sep 21, 2010 9:21:52 AM


  8. Mr.McCain is a hypocrite.

    Posted by: Tom Nunnery | Sep 21, 2010 10:23:38 AM


  9. Is this all it took to shut down The Pentagon?

    Posted by: Dave | Sep 21, 2010 12:02:20 PM


  10. if DADT isn't repealed all gays in the military should resign. it sounds harsh but why stay where you aren't wanted or appreciated. plus the loss of of 40- 50 thousand service members would wake up all the bigots because most of them haven't served and most of them support the war.LGBT service people should not have to put themshelves in harms way and not be able to be themshelves.

    Posted by: walter | Sep 21, 2010 1:38:57 PM


  11. jason is a log cabinite if u read his posts in other threads

    if obama turned water into wine he would screach how evil wine is and if obama raised the dead then jason would be the first one there with a stake to put through their hearts

    Posted by: mstrozfckslv@yahoo.com | Sep 21, 2010 7:39:24 PM


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