Last Saturday the Senate repealed the Don't Ask, Don't Tell (and Don't Harass, some seem to forget the last part) law that now allows Gay's and Lesbians to serve openly in our Military (even though they have been for years).
But... Senate Reid twice messaged the pop star on Twitter — shortly before the Senate voted to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" and immediately after. His first Twitter message after the vote was to Gaga, who had previously lobbied him and other senators via Twitter to overturn the controversial policy.
"We did it! DADT is a thing of the past," Reid wrote to Gaga. The singer didn't directly respond, though she did mark the Senate's historic vote in a separate tweet.
But that didn't discourage Reid, who cited Gaga in a Sunday press release trashing Republicans for stalling ratification of the so-called START nuclear arms treaty with Russia.
The statement listed significant events that had happened in the world since President Obama first reached agreement on the pact with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in April. Near the top of the list: Lady Gaga's meat dress, which she wore to the MTV awards in early September.
Odd, he will listen to the likes of Gaga, but not to the American people as a whole on important issues.
I guess (matter of fact I already knew) where his priorities stand... With some freak from California.