Thursday, October 14, 2010

Obama DOJ will appeal judge's injunction stopping enforcement of DADT

Two tidbits today. Look at MSN’s “Ten things men should know about marriage” (sort of like the movie “13 conversations about one thing”) (website url) here.  Not much of this works for gay marriage. It’s all pretty silly – except that you want your genes around when the Sun puffs up to the size of Betelgeuse.

The Obama administration’s DOJ will appeal the injunction stopping the enforcement of “don’t ask don’t tell”. It is caught in a conflict of interest, and merely says it wants Congress, rather than the courts, to repeal the policy. It’s hard to defend something in court that you want repealed. The USA Today story Oct 14 is here.

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