Which one make the most sense?

A. Yesterday, Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell:
“I do not believe there are any plans under way in this building for some expected, but not articulated, anticipation that don’t ask-don’t tell will be repealed.”

B. Today, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs:

C. Last Thursday, The Daily Show:

2 thoughts on “Which one make the most sense?

  1. So why hasn’t he gone to Congress and said, “Dudes, get me a law that repeals DADT, stat!”
    It’s not that fucking hard. You have Congress, you twit. Use it.
    And in the meantime, tell the military–seeing as how he’s the Commander-in-Chief and all–to stop fucking firing people for being gay.
    Sorry, I have a headache this morning, and it’s apparently centered in the profanity lobe of my brain. Fuck.

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