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Senate finally repeals Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

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This might be a landmark day in gay-rights history. After years of debate (political maneuvering), the U.S. Senate finally grew some sense and voted to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell.

The only thing needed to make it the law of the land is President Obama's signature. And that shouldn't be hard to score; as he said in a statement released shortly after the 65-31 Senate vote,

As commander in chief, I am also absolutely convinced that making this change will only underscore the professionalism of our troops as the best led and best trained fighting force the world has ever known

In other words: in your face, John McCain! In your sad, wrinkled old face.

So how are planning to celebrate this weekend? Let us know in the comments!