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04 March 2010

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Reggieh

I say moratorium now, add it to the Defense Authorization Request, and be done with it!

Diva1961

Some folks still talking out the both sides of their necks.

Andy Niable

Regarding a "public option":

The public always has the option of contacting Congress and telling them what to do. Believe it or not, they pay attention. Congressional staffers have told me they consider a single phone call probably reflects the feelings of about 1000 constituents, and consider a written letter to represent even more.

Quite a lot of power, if we'd just use it...

Congressional switchboard:
202-224-3121

For the phone-shy, there's:
Senate:
http://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm
House:
https://writerep.house.gov/writerep/welcome.shtml

Da'Realist One

^^^^ Thank you for posting that info.

Change doesn't happen unless people are ACTIVE AND VOCAL!

Stuffed Animal

The Obama administration's opposition to a moratorium is reason enough for me to support it. Isn't there supposed to be urgency around stemming the hemorrhage of Gay servicemen, anyway? While years pass as we wait for repeal, and reactionary Republicans recapture Congress in the interim, more and more of them will be drummed out of the military. I believe that once a moratorium is in place and people see that the world doesn't end, DADT will fall of its own dead weight.

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