“Everybody understands that we’ll not be able to repeal this law until 2017. We have to win the Senate and win the White House. Right now, it is clear that this bill is not ready for prime time,” CEO Michael Needham said. Needham’s group has been a driving force behind Republican efforts to use the government shutdown fight to defund Obamacare.
Two years ago today, the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was repealed allowing gay and lesbian members of the military to serve openly. These are the individuals we have to thank.
A preview of what the Republican congressman can expect at his town hall meeting tonight in North Carolina.
In Maumee, Obama defends his signature legislative achievement from Republican repeal efforts.
These two adorable sailors bought $1 raffle tickets for the opportunity to be the first same-sex couple chosen to kiss first upon a ship’s return.
Wonder Twin powers, activate!
The ban on gays serving openly in the military is very close to being finally over as Obama and the Pentagon have certified the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.” Congress now has to vote on the final repeal which is expected to be successful.
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Barack Obama refuses to “spike the football,” so we’ll do it for him. This list is in no particular order and by no means comprehensive. Achievement unlocked: Reelection.
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