As Paul mentioned this morning, a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal appears imminent. In response, the media's go-to gay spokesperson Joe Solmnese of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) put out a celebratory release saying that the government is on the "brink of historic action." But the reaction among grassroots gay-rights supporters and the gay blogosphere has basically been a frustrated "finally!" -- directed both at the Obama administration and the leaders of the HRC and other established gay-rights organizations, which critics perceive as complacent, influence-peddling politicos.
I've written that we have actually covered a good deal of ground so far. But I'm not going to trot out those advances right now because I have something more relevant to say: It's not January 19, 2017.
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