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Palin DADT Repeal Unnecessary Right Now


Sarah Palin, avowed critic of all that "hopey, changey stuff," appeared on Fox News Sunday and said that she did not believe now was the right time to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.

Palin was asked, "Should the rule 'don't ask, don't tell' for the military be repealed?"

"I don't think so right now," she said. "I'm surprised that the president spent time on that in his State of the Union speech when he only spent about 9% of his time in the State of the Union on national security issues. And I say that because there are other things to be worried about right now with the military. I think that kind of on the back burner is sufficient for now. To put so much time, and effort, and politics into it? Unnecessary."

Watch the video, courtesy of Think Progress, below.

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