After Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked a bill to repeal the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy on gays serving openly in the military, Sen. John McCain, who fought against the repeal, was involved in a terse exchange with reporters at a briefing in the Capitol.
The briefing was supposed to be off-camera, but one reporter broke the rules that no videos or photos can be taken in the Senate print gallery, filmed the exchange, and posted it online. It started when a reporter asked McCain whether the Defense Department tries to find out if service members are gay.
You can watch the video HERE.
Read the rest of the ABC article here.
Comment: McCain is just about as bad of flip-flopper as Kerry. It's all about the win with this guy, to hell with his beliefs.