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Rep. Palazzo: Military Will “Go Down In Flames” If DADT Is Repealed

May 12, 2011 1:50 pm ET

During the May 11 Armed Services Committee markup of the House defense authorization bill, Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-MZ) railed against the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), claiming it would cause the military to “go down in flames”:

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Note: Rep. Palazzo occasionally misspeaks and confuses DADT repeal with the actual DADT policy.

Previously:

Rep. Franks Claims There Was No Study On The Impact Of DADT Repeal

Rep. Smith Calls Hunter Amendment “Dangerous”

House GOP Continues Its Desperate Fight Against DADT Repeal