Monday, September 13, 2010

Today on the Signorile Show

With legal experts and activists weighing in on a federal judge ruling "dont ask, don't tell" unconstitutional, pressure is building on the Obama administration not the appeal the case. And action in the senate now appears completely stalled on the DADT compromise. We'll go through the details.

House minority leader John Boehner says he'd be okay with a middle class tax cut -- problem is, the rest of the Republicans aren't.

Will Prop 8 decision be appealed by sneaky Republicans while the governor is out of California?

Guest / 3:30pm EST - Steve Ralls, director of communications with Immigration Equality, joins us this afternoon to talk about where the LGBT equality stands in immigration reform legislation, as evangelicals threaten to bolt the coalition if gays are included in any immigration bill.

Guest / 4:30pm EST - Florida Gov. Charlie Crist has flipped and "now supports a variety of gay-rights measures." Joining us to talk about this, Steve Rothaus, staff writer with the Miami Herald.

The Imam at the center of the controversy over the Islamic center near ground zero spoke out this weekend, as did the wingnut Florida preacher -- who did not NOT burn Korans (though other people did). We'll get into it.

CNN has removed a poll asking if gay characters on TV are bad for society. But their "Showbiz Today" segment stands, in which they pondered the question of too many gays on TV. We'll play the clip, you tell us what you think.

These stories and so much more, today on The Michelangelo Signorile Show!

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