A message from Kathy Griffin:
Calling all DC gays and ALL good citizens who support EQUALITY!!! After traveling to Iraq and Afghanistan to perform for the troops and visiting with injured vets and their families at Walter Reed, I've gotten to meet and know many gay members of our brave military. Their stories are heartbreaking, touching, and need to be heard. They cannot stand up for themselves, so it's time we stand up for them and be their voice. They put their lives on the line for us every day, all the while risking getting fired, discharged, losing all their benefits and maybe even worse, just for being "found out".
It's time to take on "don't ask, don't tell"!!! Please join me this Thursday, March 18 at 12 noon at Freedom Plaza in DC" Y 'know how every season we do one kind of serious episode of "My Life on the D List?" Well, I really need your help with this one. With the help of the HRC, I'm organizing a rally to help repeal the antiquated policy of "don't ask, don't tell" All you have to do is show up! Spread the word. I'm meeting with several legislators all week in DC, but it's the average American citizen and their constituents are who they REALLY listen to.