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02 June 2009


A. Ronald

I have a question...I keep noticing the White House now uses the word "change" in dealing with DADT. "Change" sounds like compromise...and since DADT was originally (and now sadly incorrect) a compromise...between lifting the ban on gay and lesbian people in the military and keeping the ban in place.

If President Obama and the White House intends on repealing DADT, why don't they just use the word "repeal"? This is the word Obama and his team used until recent weeks. Now it's "change".

I'm not asking for a repeal now, even though Obama promised it would begin once he took office. I'm just very curious about the word usage and differences...


is this how obama keeps his promises?

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