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VIDEO: Lady Gaga Sends a Long Statement to the Senate

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Sep. 17 2010, Published 5:41 a.m. ET

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In front of an American flag, Lady Gaga addresses her "fellow Americans" in a lengthy statement to the Senate. Gaga asks for a repeal to the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, which stops gays from serving openly in the military.

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"It is my belief that no one person is more valuable than another," Lady Gaga says and urges her fans to contact their senators, singling out Senator John McCain for trying to stop a vote from taking place.

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"Our fight is a continuum of the ever-present equal rights movement," Gaga states in the long speech, which lasted more than seven minutes.

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Lady Gaga has been getting increasingly involved with politics, as evident in her VMA acceptance speeches, and we bet we'll be seeing even more of it.

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