As Veterans Lobby Day (which we covered yesterday) draws nearer, The Advocate reports that White House press secretary Robert Gibbs is still "noncommittal" on a timeline for the repeal of DADT. Reading the transcript and The Advocate's story, however, one gets the impression that Gibbs was less noncommittal and more unclear as to the status: "The Washington Blade began the exchange by asking if the president was “ruling out” inclusion of repeal in the Defense authorization bill. “Let me get some guidance on that,” Gibbs said. “I don't know the answer to that.”"
In other DADT news, the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network released another edition of "Stories from the Frontlines," also covered by The Advocate.