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Watch: Pentagon Strikes New Tone on 'DADT', Now 'Pushing for' Legislative Repeal in Senate


Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell appeared to strike a different tone in recent weeks with regard to its report on the 'DADT' policy and its efforts to work with Congress in sharing that information. Morrell told reports that it is "pushing for and...certainly see the merit in using that as a legislative vehicle to get repeal.” the Wonk Room reports.


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  1. ok, so they keep it on as an amendment...and the senate "debates" on it and then (surpise surprise) it isn't voted for. so DADT still stands as the law of the land. will the president wave the magic wand then? or will he just say, "well, i'm disappointed because i wanted to see this happen....but it didn't...and bla bla bla...better luck next time"?

    Posted by: will | Nov 18, 2010 7:27:46 PM

  2. If justice isn't restored to America at least in this one bit, heads have to freakin roll. Unfortunately that's my rhetoric, and I'm not advocating violence, but for God's sake-- you'd think America of all places would know that treading on people for generations makes them want to bump back.

    Posted by: X | Nov 18, 2010 11:01:53 PM

  3. Stop your bellyaching and get on the phones and call your Senators at 202-224-3121, it will be quicker and more productive that way!

    Posted by: Mike the Cop | Nov 19, 2010 5:00:19 AM

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