Fate of the “Rainbow Pentagon” Now With the Senate

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The fate of the 1993 law, Section 654,Title 10, mislabeled “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is now in the hands of the full Senate. Both the full House of Representatives and the Senate Armed Service Committee approved President Obama’s Repeal Deal, which would over turn the law and allow open homosexuals to serve in the U.S. military. Both votes have enraged the heads of the four armed services and the major veteran’s organizations whose letters of opposition were disregarded in this rush to paint a rainbow on the Pentagon during June, proclaimed by the White House as “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered Equality Month.” However, a key group of Senators, led by Senator John McCain, plan to filibuster a final vote on the repeal when it reaches the Senate floor. Elaine Donnelly, President of the Center for Military Readiness, has more on how you can support this filibuster and maintain the combat readiness of our troops.

More information on the transgendered activist in uniform at the White House protest visit: Americans for Truth About Homosexuality.

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