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Published: Saturday, Dec. 18 2010 12:16 p.m. MST

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

Just the facts:

14,000 disharged. Equal to x3 combat batalions. Legal defense network.

$1.3 billion tax dollars spent on DADT. Congressment Patrick J. Murphy, PA.

Pentagon study shows 70% of the military has no issues with gays serving in the military.

10month, 115k surveyed pentagon study shows 'minimal risk' with openly gay service men/women in the US military.

Judicial brance overturns DADT.

House.

And now, Senate.

DADT started in 1993. 17yrs later, it ended.

All this, while America is in Aghanistan which started in 2001.

Now, watch the accusations fly from people who make up claims about homosexuals based on nothing besides heresay & opinion.

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