Today on the Dish we saw what was apparently a shot from the White House at "left fringe" bloggers demanding equality. Officials denied it, but Andrew suspected Rahm. John Cole and Dish readers pushed back against Sully. Benen got the back of the administration while DiA urged action.

We wondered if McCain or Schwarzenegger would be any better than Obama and if conservatives have any chance of advancing marriage equality. At the end of the day, we saw signs that the White House could be moving on DADT. Dan Blatt gave props to the gay blogosphere.

The Dish also looked back at yesterday's best speeches, best signs, best coverage, and best anecdote - and post from Andrew. (While we're at it, here's the best typo from readers.)

Andrew is hosting a book signing tomorrow for his friend Tad Friend. More details here.

-- C.B.

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