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Charlie Crist Opposes DADT Repeal

Florida Gov. Charlie "Closet Case" Crist doesn't want DADT repealed. Neither does his GOP primary opponent for the U.S. Senate, former Florida House speaker Marco Rubio.
U.S. Senate rivals Charlie Crist and Marco Rubio both said today they oppose abolishing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy affecting gays and lesbians in the military. The 1993 policy was intended to be a political compromise that let gay men and women serve so long as they stayed silent about their sexuality. But President Barack Obama and top military leaders say it is time to end the discrimination all together. "We are a nation at war. The governor believes the current policy has worked, and there is no need to make changes," Crist campaign spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg said. "Marco Rubio supports the current policy and doesn't see any evidence it needs to be changed," spokesman Alex Burgos said.
You see, if Charlie actually supported his fellow queers for once, why that would just be the final proof of his gayness for those last three clueless voters living down on Key Oblivious. And he needs them three votes.

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