[I]t may be more politically advantageous for conservatives if DADT is repealed through the courts, or they may simply like their chances better -- after all, Justice Elena Kagan would likely have to recuse herself. But the administration's warning that repeal will come one way or another should be taken seriously, especially by Senate Republicans more concerned about the ability of the military to function than political gamesmanship.
DADT will reportedly get another vote in the Senate during the lame duck session.
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