Gates doesn’t want repeal of DADT this year

The Sec. of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs told the Chair of the House Armed Services Committee that they don’t want Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repealed this year. John wrote it up at AMERICAblog Gay, wondering who is the Commander-in-Chief. Don’t forget, Obama promised repeal this year in his State of the Union. Let’s see who prevails.

Here’s the letter from Gates and Mullen:
Letter from Sec. Gates and Adm. Mullen to Chairman Skelton on DADT

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