Yes, U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin is on the House Armed Services Committee and yes he joined the Republican majority that voted to delay implementation of legal service of gay people in the military. Poll after poll show that Republicans are behind the public opinion curve on ending bigotry and prejudice, but they just can’t quit beating up on gays. It’s part of their political DNA.

Remember when Vic Snyder represented the 2nd District on Armed Services?


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