President Obama’s Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told America “yes,” our commander-in-chief plans to repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. But why is there money still being set aside to continue enforcing the policy through 2010? (Yes, kicking gays out of the military COSTS TAXPAYER DOLLARS.) Defense Secretary Robert Gates explains what his clan plans to do if the law of DADT is changed. Namely: Nothing, because repealing DADT is a priority that he and the president are going to “push that one down the road a little bit.”
Is Gibbs really speaking for Obama when he says repealing DADT — part of the RADICAL SOCIAL AGENDA, remember — isn’t a top concern right now? The White House gives us every indication that, yes, that’s the president’s plan: When he gets around to it.