The Washington Time has an exclusive article which aruges that Obama is likely to delay repealling Pres. Clinton’s infamous “don’t ask don’t tell” policy that allows gays and lesbians to serve in the military. In fact, it looks like he won’t move on it, if he does at all, until 2010 according to the Times.

Mr. Obama’s gay-ban pledge was not a major campaign issue. However, he provided a policy statement to the Human Rights Campaign, the largest U.S. gay rights group, pledging to repeal the exclusion and to invite back service members discharged under the law. He also said that he wants the Pentagon to school military people on how to treat gays.

Well, get used to it Obama supporters. I have a feeling he is going to change his mind on a lot of his campaign pledges. Oh yeah, that one where only people making $250,000 or more, he’s pretty much already forgotten that one. Welcome to President Carter the sequel, ain’t it grand!