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By: Leah

Fri, 30 May 2008 00:06:01 +0000

Thanks for a great report! I listened to it this morning on the subway downtown to support a Marine. Long story, but the civil courts have gotten involved in military issues, not a good thing! For more info on the case: http://www.blackfive.net/ There were 20 of us in the courtroom and we did make a difference. The lawyer who is retired Marine - had tears in his eyes. So even if it's just a few people who are out to make a difference - one can effect change! John thanks for mentioning Operation Gratitude. http://www.opgratitude.com/view_album.php?album=67, that's me in the 5th photo, we sent out 15,000 boxes to our troops this weekend, and I think I personally schleped at least 2000 of them - it sure felt that way!



By: NaturallyGay

Thu, 29 May 2008 01:26:12 +0000

Great podcast! Thanks! I would have liked to have been able to ask some questions myself like: "What can we do to support the effort to repeal DADT?" "Are there plans for another 12,000 Flags event?" I'm sure I'll have more comments on this, but I haven't eaten dinner yet, and my brain isn't functioning. Good job, guys! I wish you would do more of these podcast, but I know that it's easier said than done.