The End of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in North Carolina and the Nation..
However here in NC, one of our only two LGBT News Papers like to think that only the LGBT’s in one certain city, is all that matters..
On September 15th of 2011, this piece “House GOP seeks to halt DADT repeal”, written by the Staff of the Paper (Qnotes)..
As community members across the nation, and even here in Charlotte, prepare to celebrate the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” Washington Blade political reporter Chris Johnson reveals new plans by Congressional Republicans to slow or even halt the policy’s repeal. Read more: washingtonblade.com/2011/09/15/house-gop-seeks-to-delay-end-to-dont-ask/
I made a Comment, about it, which has been delete since I’m not allow to comment on Qnotes via Matt Comer…(EQC = editing queen in charge). Which said “you just could say “here in North Carolina” No you had to single out Charlotte”. it was left on the 15th @ 3:05 pm…
To Qnotes its all about Charlotte, Charlotte, CHARLOTTE
On 19th of September, Qnotes editor Matt wrote another piece about DADT, Charlotte is listed as first as usual, since it all about Charlotte with Qnotes.. then SC’s Columbia then NC State in Raleigh, last it Fayetteville. However these other cities wouldn’t be listed if it wasn’t for the Service members legal Defense Network.
I feel it time for Jim Yarbrough to rename Qnotes once again.. or at least make it known that Charlotte interests are first.. Maybe he could rename it Charlotte’s Notes, or Queen’s City Notes.
At least when The Front Page was in print their paper was balanced, its wasn’t just Raleigh, Raleigh with them..
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This award it awarded to Matt Comer, enjoy it ..