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As of Today Don't Ask, Don't Tell has been repealed

Finally, the discriminatory policy of Don't Ask, Don't Tell has been repealed. This is a very good thing that has finally happened for gays and lesbians in our military. Congrats to the Obama Administration for having the courage to do this.
The following video ends with an ad for the Obama campaign but I do think they need to toot their own horn for their accomplishments.
I encourage you to watch this uplifting video:
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