Lieutenant Dan

February 3rd, 2010

As reported in Prop 8 Trial + DADT Debate = Death Rattle of the Right Wing (Founder of Courage Campaign Rick Jacobs, Huffington Post 2/03/10), Lieutenant Dan Choi (backed up by Gen. Wesley Clark) faced off against Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council on Larry King Live yesterday. Please join Lt. Choi and others in supporting the immediate repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell by signing this peition.

     Lt. Choi was an Army Arabic translator.

The need for them couldn’t be greater.

     Still, Dan Choi was kicked out.

What about?

Because Dan Choi

Admitted he loves a boy.

     Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

Doesn’t work well.


Here’s video of the Larry King interview.

PS: For those who didn’t get it, the title is a reference to Lieutenant Dan from the movie Forrest Gump.

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4 Responses to “Lieutenant Dan”

  1. Newsericks » Blog Archive » Don’t Ask, They Might Tell! Says:

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