November 14, 2010 by USA Post
“I respect the first amendment rights of every member of my family,” the Arizona Republican said on NBC’s “Meet the Press, when asked about the appearance of his wife Cindy McCain in an ad stars published this week by the NOH8 group, it seemed to demand the repeal of “Do not Ask, Do not Tell” policy.
In that document, she said, “Our political and religious leaders say to LGBT youth that they have no future … They can not openly serve our country.”
Listen to his comments in the announcement Sunday host said David Gregory said: “There are many households where it is a matter of debate, including yours, apparently.”
He noted, however, that Cindy McCain seemed to dial back then his position, reading a tweet Friday from his saying: “I fully support the campaign NOH8 and everything it represents and I am proud to be part of it. But I stand by my husband’s position on DADT. ”
“What,” Senator McCain interrupted, “a full and thorough study and examination of the effects on combat readiness and morale.”
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