The White House is now offering DADT repeal details:

A spokesperson for Senator Joe Lieberman confirmed that the senator had been speaking to the White House about the bill (to repeal DADT). “Senator Lieberman has had discussions with representatives of the Administration and others on the best way to reverse this policy which he has opposed since it was first proposed in 1993,” said Marshall Wittmann, Lieberman’s press secretary...

“SLDN is working with key senators on Senate Armed Services Committee and believes the White House is actively engaged to help facilitate a timely, bi-partisan bill introduction and is also having critically needed repeal discussions within the Pentagon. SLDN is counting on getting repeal done in 2010.”

We'll see. And we'll be watching.

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