Rightbloggers on DADT: A slow march toward tolerance, with side trips to insanity

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This weekend the Senate repealed Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

— the 17-year-old policy that allowed gays to serve in the U.S.

military only if they could conceal their sexual orientation. The bill

awaits Obama‘s signature.

You might expect rightbloggers to be angry about it, and some of them

are — hilariously so. But homophobia isn’t what it used to be (that is,

it’s not as popular) so some have gotten with the new gay wave, while

others resort to a softer, more passive-aggressive approach.

Their behavior gives a little clue as to who’s really running the right-wing show these days.

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